DB Browser for SQLite (DB4S) is a high quality, visual, open source tool to create, design, and edit database files compatible with SQLite.

Overview

DB Browser for SQLite

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What it is

DB Browser for SQLite (DB4S) is a high quality, visual, open source tool to create, design, and edit database files compatible with SQLite.

DB4S is for users and developers who want to create, search, and edit databases. DB4S uses a familiar spreadsheet-like interface, so complicated SQL commands do not have to be learned.

Controls and wizards are available for users to:

  • Create and compact database files
  • Create, define, modify and delete tables
  • Create, define, and delete indexes
  • Browse, edit, add, and delete records
  • Search records
  • Import and export records as text
  • Import and export tables from/to CSV files
  • Import and export databases from/to SQL dump files
  • Issue SQL queries and inspect the results
  • Examine a log of all SQL commands issued by the application
  • Plot simple graphs based on table or query data

What it is not

This program is not a visual shell for the sqlite command line tool, and does not require familiarity with SQL commands. It is a tool to be used by both developers and end users, and must remain as simple to use as possible in order to achieve these goals.

Wiki

For user and developer documentation, check out our Wiki at: https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser/wiki.

Nightly builds

Download nightly builds for Windows and macOS here:

Windows

Download Windows releases here:

Note: If for some reason the standard Windows release does not work (e.g. gives an error), try a nightly build. Nightly builds often fix bugs reported after the last release. :D

macOS

Stable release

DB Browser for SQLite works well on macOS.

  • macOS 10.12 (Sierra) - 10.15 (Catalina) are tested and known to work.

macOS 10.13 is needed for the latest release (v3.12.2), but v3.12.0 will work on macOS 10.12 (thanks to @Kadigan for pointing this out).

Download macOS releases here:

The latest macOS binary can be installed via Homebrew Cask:

brew install --cask db-browser-for-sqlite

Nightly builds

Nightly builds are available here:

and also you can be installed via Homebrew Cask:

$ brew tap homebrew/cask-versions
$ brew cask install db-browser-for-sqlite-nightly

Note: You can NOT install nightly builds with Homebrew if you already have the stable version installed.

Linux

DB Browser for SQLite works well on Linux.

Arch Linux

Arch Linux provides an up to date version

Install with the following command:

sudo pacman -S sqlitebrowser

Fedora

Install for Fedora (i386 and x86_64) by issuing the following command:

$ sudo dnf install sqlitebrowser

openSUSE

$ sudo zypper install sqlitebrowser

Debian

Debian focuses more on stability rather than newest features. Therefore packages will typically contain an older (but well tested) version, compared to the latest release.

Update the cache using:

sudo apt-get update

Install the package using:

sudo apt-get install sqlitebrowser

Ubuntu and Derivatives

Stable release

For Ubuntu and derivatives, @deepsidhu1313 provides a PPA with the latest release here:

To add this PPA just type in this command in terminal:

sudo add-apt-repository -y ppa:linuxgndu/sqlitebrowser

Then update the cache using:

sudo apt-get update

Install the package using:

sudo apt-get install sqlitebrowser

Ubuntu 14.04.X, 15.04.X, 15.10.X and 16.04.X are supported for now (until Launchpad decides to discontinue building for any series).

Ubuntu Precise (12.04) and Utopic (14.10) are not supported:

  • Precise does not have a new enough Qt package in its repository by default, which is a dependency
  • Launchpad does not support Utopic any more, which has reached its End of Life

Nightly builds

Nightly builds are available here:

To add this PPA, type these commands into the terminal:

sudo add-apt-repository -y ppa:linuxgndu/sqlitebrowser-testing

Then update the cache using:

sudo apt-get update

Install the package using:

sudo apt-get install sqlitebrowser

Other Linux

On others, compile DB4S using the instructions in BUILDING.md.

FreeBSD

DB Browser for SQLite works well on FreeBSD, and there is a port for it (thanks to lbartoletti 😄 ). DB4S can be installed using either this command:

# make -C /usr/ports/databases/sqlitebrowser install

or this command:

# pkg install sqlitebrowser

Snap packages

Get it from the Snap Store

Snap Nightlies

 snap install sqlitebrowser --devmode

Snap Stable

 snap install sqlitebrowser

Compiling

Instructions for compiling on Windows, macOS, Linux, and FreeBSD are in BUILDING.

Twitter

Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sqlitebrowser

Website

Old project page

Releases

History

This program was developed originally by Mauricio Piacentini (@piacentini) from Tabuleiro Producoes as the Arca Database Browser. The original version was used as a free companion tool to the Arca Database Xtra, a commercial product that embeds SQLite databases with some additional extensions to handle compressed and binary data.

The original code was trimmed and adjusted to be compatible with standard SQLite 2.x databases. The resulting program was renamed SQLite Database Browser, and released into the Public Domain by Mauricio. Icons were contributed by Raquel Ravanini, also from Tabuleiro. Jens Miltner (@jmiltner) contributed the code to support SQLite 3.x databases for the 1.2 release.

Pete Morgan (@daffodil) created an initial project on GitHub with the code in 2012, where several contributors fixed and improved pieces over the years. René Peinthor (@rp-) and Martin Kleusberg (@MKleusberg) then became involved, and have been the main driving force from that point. Justin Clift (@justinclift) helps out with testing on OSX, and started the new github.com/sqlitebrowser organisation on GitHub.

John T. Haller, of PortableApps.com fame, created the new logo. He based it on the Tango icon set (public domain).

In August 2014, the project was renamed to "Database Browser for SQLite" at the request of Richard Hipp (creator of SQLite), as the previous name was creating unintended support issues.

In September 2014, the project was renamed to "DB Browser for SQLite", to avoid confusion with an existing application called "Database Browser".

Contributors

View the list by going to the Contributors tab.

License

DB Browser for SQLite is bi-licensed under the Mozilla Public License Version 2, as well as the GNU General Public License Version 3 or later.

Modification or redistribution is permitted under the conditions of these licenses.

Check LICENSE-PLUGINS for other rights regarding included third-party resources.

Issues
  • 3.11.0 release - outstanding pieces?

    3.11.0 release - outstanding pieces?

    We've published the beta3 binaries for our 3.11.0 release. I think we're mostly good now for getting 3.11.0 out the door:

    • [x] Get signing certificates for Windows (@MKleusberg)
      • Ideally we should have the signing be an automatic part of our nightly build process
      • Certificate has arrived (2019-01-23).
      • Now we just need to figure out how to sign stuff. The Certum smart card reader + bits seem super picky and flaky, and also seem to be windows only. :slightly_frowning_face:
    • [x] Double check the status of all languages
      • All languages will need updating again, as new SQLCipher dialog text was added today.
      • The SQLCipher dialog is needed, as that lets us use SQLCipher 4.0.1 which avoids the new Magellan bug.
    • [x] Update the strings in the v3.11.x branch again, for the new SQLCipher dialog.
      • Done. 66172ace8e7e19a1f3209c96bb67e7ac99c67f31
    • [ ] The new SQLCipher dialog needs translating for all languages.
      • [ ] sqlb_ar_SA.ts
      • [ ] sqlb_cs.ts
      • [x] sqlb_de.ts
      • [x] sqlb_es_ES.ts
      • [ ] sqlb_fr.ts
      • [x] sqlb_it.ts
      • [ ] sqlb_ko_KR.ts
      • [ ] sqlb_pl.ts
      • [x] sqlb_pt_BR.ts
      • [ ] sqlb_ru.ts
      • [ ] sqlb_tr.ts
      • [ ] sqlb_uk_UA.ts
      • [ ] sqlb_zh.ts
      • [ ] sqlb_zh_TW.ts
    • [x] Compile the math extension for macOS
      • Done. 7fbd89a59fc07160dca07146448649341f8addbf
    • [x] For the Windows installer, should we update the final dialog (which .exe to launch SQLite vs SQLCipher) for the release?
      • Updated enough. We don't really require the dialog offering to launch DB4S, so we'll skip it instead. :smile:
    • [x] Use SQLCipher 4.0.1.
    • [x] Fix DBHub.io bug #116, so the DB4S <-> DBHub.io integration works.
      • Without this, people can't update their existing remote databases without renaming them on each save. :frowning:
      • The problem turned out to be the server giving a bad url in a request response, which subsequent requests tried to make use of and then hit problems. It's been fixed server side, but existing databases that have been uploaded via DB4S will probably still need renaming (once) when uploading, so an upload succeeds + they get new (correct) metadata to use for subsequent requests.
    • [x] DB4S bug https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser/issues/1708 sounds like it could be important to fix first
      • Fixed by @MKleusberg in 03d39bb139ce67da82ac5568f073f58afb9db7d6
    opened by justinclift 126
  • Network inaccessible error when using a WiFi network

    Network inaccessible error when using a WiFi network

    Details for the issue

    Upon startup, an error message is displayed: The network is not accessible. DB Browser then works correctly.

    What did you do?

    Installed DB Browser for SQLite-win64.msi The same problem arose with yesterday's (and maybe the day before).

    What did you expect to see?

    What did you see instead?

    Useful extra information

    DB4S v3.11.99 (Oct 28 2018) on Windows 10 (10.0) (winnt/10.0.17134) [x86_64] using SQLite Version 3.25.2 and Qt 5.10.1

    bug windows Qt 
    opened by raananb 126
  • DB Browser for SQLite 3.9.1 compatibility with Windows XP (32 bit) (SOLVED)

    DB Browser for SQLite 3.9.1 compatibility with Windows XP (32 bit) (SOLVED)

    Details for the issue

    • An attempt to open the installed DB Browser for SQLite v.3.9.1 in the Windows XP (32 bit) environment returns error "DB Browser for SQLite.exe is not a valid Win32 application"

    Useful extra information

    Since the original topic #893 "was locked and limited conversation to collaborators on 27 Feb", but there are still noob users like me and #986 around, that just wish to adopt DB Browser for SQLite 3.9.1 to their beloved Win32 XP machines, hereby I will provide you with easy to understand "entry-level" solutions to this issue.

    @h1618

    if you are able to operate a hexeditor, just changing offset 0x40 and 0x44 of the sqlitebrowser.exe executable from 0x0006 (Vista) to 0x0005 (XP) is all that's needed

    • Unfortunately I couldn't figure out how to perform or calculate location for those manipulations, so this link to the image file with the screenshot of hex-code comparison between unpatched (left) and patched (right) files should give you an idea of what exactly is it there to be changed and where it is located within a hex editor: http://www.hadrurus.com/andiutils/DB4S/SQLite3.9.1HexPatch.jpg

    or

    @karim

    A quick solution is by editing the .exe file using editbin and change the subsystem right after building it.

    • I didn't want to seek and install all of Microsoft Visual Studio, so for this method you should go to: http://www.hadrurus.com/andiutils/DB4S/EditBinPack.rar and download:
    1. EditBinPack.rar

    Then extract all files contained in EditBinPack.rar archive to the folder with the installed DB Browser for SQLite (in Windows XP usually at C:\Program Files\DB Browser for SQLite) on your PC. Now [Start] > [Run] > {type} CMD > [OK] > {type} CD\ {Enter} > {type} CD PROGRAM FILES\DB BROWSER FOR SQLITE {Enter} and finally {type}:

    EDITBIN DBBROW~1.EXE /SUBSYSTEM:WINDOWS,5.01 /OSVERSION:5.1 {Enter}

    After that manipulation is done, check your "DB Browser for SQLite.exe" for runnability, and if all is OK, you're set to use program as usual.

    At last, just like me, enjoy latest DB Browser for SQLite v.3.9.1 on your Windows XP!

    P.S. I could provide here a link to the patched file itself, and this way it would be even easier to just substitute one file with another, but I am not sure whether I am allowed to do so here.

    I'm opening this issue because:

    • [x] DB4S is crashing
    • [ ] DB4S has a bug
    • [ ] DB4S needs a feature
    • [x] DB4S has another problem

    I'm using DB4S on:

    • [x] Windows: (XP Prof SP3 version: 5.1)
    • [ ] Linux: ( distro: ___ )
    • [ ] Mac OS: ( version: ___ )
    • [ ] Other: ___

    I'm using DB4S version:

    • [x] 3.9.1
    • [ ] 3.9.0
    • [ ] Other: ___

    I have also:

    • [x] Tried out the nightly version: https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser#windows
    • [x] Searched for an existing similar issue: https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser/issues?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=is%3Aissue%20
    packaging windows 
    opened by andisys 106
  • Translations for the release 3.12 wanted

    Translations for the release 3.12 wanted

    We are in the process of releasing our next stable version (3.12.0) of 'DB Browser for SQLite' with many new features and corrections.

    Once again we kindly ask our users to help us in making DB4S better by translating it to their languages or updating the translation of the last release (when available).

    The *.ts files are already updated on the master branch, and we are not going to modify the strings unless needed to include some correction.

    You can read brief indications here about how to do it. I'll be happy to assist you in the process, in case you had any doubt.

    I'll ping here all the translators who have helped us in the past, so they get a notification. Please, report back if you want to help again. When there are more than one volunteers, they can share out the work and/or review each other translations. Happy translation!

    lang | complete | translators -- | -- | -- ar_SA |

  • [x] Yes
  • | @safaalfulaij cs |
  • [ ]
  • | @MrJiggers de |
  • [x] Yes
  • | @FriedrichFroebel en_GB |
  • [ ]
  • | @glawrence es_ES |
  • [x] Yes
  • | @lulol, @mgrojo fr |
  • [x] Yes
  • | @mvt91 it |
  • [x] Yes
  • | @Feyn-Man, @GortiZ6 ja (new) |
  • [x] Yes
  • | @hrwatahiki ko_KR |
  • [ ]
  • | @progh2, @ChangJoo-Park pl |
  • [x] Yes
  • | @bartlomiej-przymus, @wojnilowicz pt_BR |
  • [x] Yes
  • | @bernardosulzbach ru |
  • [ ]
  • | @schdub, @zvova7890, @VanDerSam tr |
  • [x] Yes
  • | @firateski uk_UA |
  • [ ]
  • | @keedhost zh |
  • [ ] Needs review
  • | @bssthu, @mercury233 zh_TW |
  • [ ]
  • | @PeterDaveHello

    Source string changes after translation started:

    • 1d1afaad218dfea9d9cdcf83821b3c5b33963ebb
    • https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser/commit/fe88463cbad5476ca6555759eb70dee430d89f63#diff-1c0b64226a129d35f02dc0049484cd6b
    • https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser/commit/498efd7a5c0ceb43ebcf1233bee4609a201f0e40#diff-8b5b29ce11f2efcd1c93eb6cdf67ce89
    • 39047109a65e325c1a2135a85a372efaa315316d
    • https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser/commit/498efd7a5c0ceb43ebcf1233bee4609a201f0e40#diff-8b5b29ce11f2efcd1c93eb6cdf67ce89
    • https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser/commit/29db270e809980d3a36ee6c30fd30bd12a5a5cd7

    When we're near the final release build, we should check this list of "source string changes ..." in case some languages need those done.

    translation 
    opened by mgrojo 93
  • Creating Table (Only `CREATE TABLE` Syntax and GUI) Issue

    Creating Table (Only `CREATE TABLE` Syntax and GUI) Issue

    Details for the issue

    What did you do?

    I Tried to Create a Table into a writable database (not readable, all i did is create a database, tried to create a table using the browser and a error which isn't supposed to throw), but it doesn't work

    What did you expect to see?

    The Table Created without any issues!

    What did you see instead?

    Useful extra information

    The database isn't read only, but i get the error read only for some reason, however temporary table works and anything else, but not creating table, i even tried creating a table in Execute SQL Section but still gives same error:

    attempt to write a readonly database: CREATE TABLE `FWGR` (
    	`Field1GER`	INTEGER,
    	`REG`	INTEGER
    );
    

    (this was a testing one btw, so i can see if it gives error in any other databases) and as i said, the database isn't Read Only (i tried reinstalling DB4S too, but no luck on reinstalling, still same stuff!) Also the issue seems to occurred since yesterday i tried it, the last couple of months or something, create table worked perfectly fine, when yeah, this started now! and as i said, temporary table and anything else such as inserting works!

    What operating system are you using?

    • [x] Windows: ( version: 10 Pro)
    • [ ] Linux: ( distro: ___ )
    • [ ] Mac OS: ( version: ___ )
    • [ ] Other: ___

    What is your DB4S version?

    • [x] 3.11.0-alpha1 or 3.11.0-beta*
    • [x] 3.10.1
    • [x] Other: Latest Nightly Version

    Did you also

    • [x] Try out the latest nightly version: https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser#nightly-builds
    • [x] Search for an existing similar issue: https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser/issues?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=is%3Aissue%20
    windows 
    opened by GeorgeCY2 82
  • Open Encrypted Database

    Open Encrypted Database

    I can't seem to figure out how to open an encrypted sqlite database? If this is not currently possible, I think it would be an appropriate enhancement.

    Thanks!

    enhancement SQLCipher 
    opened by techie31 74
  • Dark theme in OSX breaks look&feel and text boxes

    Dark theme in OSX breaks look&feel and text boxes

    Dark theme in OSX breaks look&feel.

    White text boxes also have white text in them, making the app basically unusable.

    Details for the issue

    What did you do?

    Installed & ran app for first time

    What did you expect to see?

    The screenshot on https://sqlitebrowser.org/

    What did you see instead?

    screen shot 2019-02-20 at 3 18 00 am

    Useful extra information

    The info below often helps, please fill it out if you're able to. :)

    What operating system are you using?

    • [ ] Windows: ( version: ___ )
    • [ ] Linux: ( distro: ___ )
    • [x] Mac OS: ( _version: 10.14.3)
    • [ ] Other: ___

    What is your DB4S version?

    • [x] 3.11.1
    • [ ] 3.11.0
    • [ ] 3.10.1
    • [ ] Other: ___

    Did you also

    • [x] Try out the latest nightly version: https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser#nightly-builds
    • [x] Search for an existing similar issue: https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser/issues?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=is%3Aissue%20
    bug osx 
    opened by ImOnALampshade 71
  • Preferences not being stored on macOS Sierra

    Preferences not being stored on macOS Sierra

    Details for the issue

    When running SQLiteBrowser (now renamed to DB Browser for SQLite) on macOS Sierra beta, because the app is unsigned, it can not find its preferences file and as such, the colors in the data browser tab are all black, meaning black text on black background. Even if you change them, while they will work for that session, closing and reopening the app resets all of your settings.

    My suspicion is this has to do with the new way macOS Sierra handles unsigned applications. It stores them in a 'random, secure' portion on disk, not simply the application folder even though it looks like that's where it is. This is part of their new security. My guess is this is the cause of the app not being able to find the preferences.

    That said, even if the preference file isn't found, the defaults should not be black on black. At least set them to black on white, possibly making nulls gray on white.

    All of the above is also pure speculation and I could be completely wrong, but I am not seeing this behavior on earlier versions of OS X, including El Capitan, only macOS Sierra.

    Useful extra information

    I'm opening this issue because:

    • [ ] DB4S is crashing
    • [x] DB4S has a bug
    • [ ] DB4S needs a feature
    • [ ] DB4S has another problem

    I'm using DB4S on:

    • [ ] Windows
    • [ ] Linux: ( distro: ___ )
    • [x] Mac OS
    • [ ] Other: ___

    I'm using DB4S version:

    • [x] 3.9.0 beta1
    • [x] 3.8.0
    • [ ] Other: ___

    I have also:

    • [ ] Tried out the nightly version: https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser#windows
    • [ ] Searched for an existing similar issue: https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser/issues?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=is%3Aissue%20
    enhancement packaging osx security 
    opened by MarqueIV 71
  • Open .db file with sql 2.0 1b and nothing loads

    Open .db file with sql 2.0 1b and nothing loads

    Some background info here, skip over to get to the problem.

    -------Before yelling at me, please understand the new 3.x versions of sql arent compatible with my mac version 10.6.8 for some reason. I have no programming experience, but i have used this program before to edit some integers for an iphone app a few years ago, however it isnt working now, even with the same app, the same software, and the same .db file.

    Here is why i am confused as to why i cant use the updated 3.0 https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser "OSX 10.6 (Snow Leopard) - 10.10 (Yosemite) are tested and known to work" yet it doesnt.--------

    end BG info

    So, i have a file "Cashe.db" that has integers in it that i want to modify, that should be in a table. So i >file>openDatabase>Cashe.db and nothing shows up. it's blank. on the top bar it says as follows "SQLite Database Browser - /Users/me/Desktop/Cashe/db". I assume this means that the file is open, but not loaded, perhaps due to an encryption? I tried using other .db editors but they dont get me to the table due to one reason or another, again, because of the possible encryption.

    help wanted 
    opened by Oldimac10yrsold 70
  • 3.11.2 - outstanding pieces

    3.11.2 - outstanding pieces

    • [x] #1756 - Enable 'Edit Database Cell' when view is editable
    • [x] #1758 - DB browser crashes when I try to attach additional database to current one
    • [x] #1764 - CASE-SENSITIVITY: Error importing data from SQL file: cannot start a transaction within a transaction
    • [x] #1772 - Cell edit window considers binary data to be text/numeric if first byte is in ascii range
    • [x] #1774 - Crashes when browsing a empty view with view editing enabled
    • [x] #1777 - Trying to save after successfull import fails
    • [x] #1799 - Attach encrypted database results in Out of Memory Error
    • [x] #1814 - File is not a database
    • [x] #1829 - Can't remove password from an encrypted database any more
    • [x] 1a59c8cbda47684dfc0b55283fc6fdb396adc832 - grammar: Fix keywords as table name and keywords as column name
    • [x] Include SQLite 3.27.2 instead of SQLite 3.27.1
    • [x] Include SQLCipher 4.1.0 instead of 4.0.1
    • [x] Updated translation strings
      • #1600 - Korean
      • #1830 - Brazilian Portuguese
      • #1833 - Italian
      • e2ad5459d569801f9a635391f774e81ca1009e85 - German
    opened by justinclift 67
  • 27 gb csv file to sqllite db browser

    27 gb csv file to sqllite db browser

    Hello all, I am having a 16 column,150 million row 27 gb csv dataset.Its very raw(unclean) and it has to be cleaned before performing any analytics on it. To clean,pandas is not facilitating me(memory error)So i went to SQL server but there its a whole other shebang(transaction log outgrowth etc.) i have finally come to sqllite.i have downloaded the sqllite,sqllite studio and db browser for sqllit.I need to clean the data(many update and delete statements) and then keep the data ready for integration with powerbi.after struggling for almost 50-single handed man hours on trying to clean this, i am on the verge of giving up.But if anyone here could tell me that sqllite can handle it or if there are any specific ways/tricks for sqllite to handle such big datasets.pls tell me

    my ultimate aim is to: 1.clean this 2.integrate to powerbi

    pls help thanks

    import 
    opened by shariharan2002 65
  • [Bug]: It seems .env file to bypass doesn't work if database's name have character '@'

    [Bug]: It seems .env file to bypass doesn't work if database's name have character '@'

    What did you do?

    use .env to open the db when db name have '@'

    What did you expect to see?

    don't need password

    What did you see instead?

    still need password

    DB4S Version

    3.12.2

    What OS are you seeing the problem on?

    Windows

    OS version

    No response

    Relevant log output

    No response

    Prevention against duplicate issues

    • [X] I have searched for similar issues
    opened by Sitlos 0
  • V3.12.x

    V3.12.x

    Sekmelerde (varsayılan) kapat düğmesinin bulunup bulunmadığına ilişkin yeni ayar Çok fazla olduğu kabul edildiğinden, köşe widget'ı kaldırıldı. sekmelerden uzaklaşın.

    opened by epbalaban01 1
  • Export SQL to mySql/MariaDB

    Export SQL to mySql/MariaDB

    I used SQLiteExpert before find out your excellent product. It is now my main tool for editing my SQLite DB (I am PHP developer in Education Nationale). My sites can use mySQL DB in product, or Sqlite DB in dev phase.

    When I export a SQLite table in SQL, certains key-words are incorrects, typically AUTOINCREMENT, witch must be AUTO-INCREMENT in mySQL. And char around tables and fields is quotation mark, witch is not accepted by mySQL. The best solution should be a choose-list with mains DB formats (mySQL, PostGre, SQLite, DB2...), or edits for choose options...

    In other domain, it is not very easy to copy on clipboard some rows from one table, and after write them into table with same structure (export CSV is not very ergonomic nor speedy). It is only possible for one row, with a dialog before...

    Excuse for my english, but I am french...

    enhancement export import 
    opened by Michel-G-Creteil 1
  • [Bug]: You can't comment out block comment tags

    [Bug]: You can't comment out block comment tags

    What did you do?

    In any other SQL browser, you can comment out the block comment tag with a -- like so:

    select * from sometable
    where
    	--/* this effectively disables the block comment
    	name in (
    		'bob',
    		'mary',
    		'stu',
    		'jane'
    	 ) and
    	--*/
    	1=1
    

    In DB Browser, the code formatting makes it appear as though the block comment is disabled, but it's still ignoring the name in part of the predicate. Seems like the code that parses the query to execute it just needs to honor the same rules as the code formatter.

    image

    What did you expect to see?

    I expected it to disable the block comment when I commented out the /*

    What did you see instead?

    The code still ignores the block comment even though the /* has been commented out

    DB4S Version

    3.12.2

    What OS are you seeing the problem on?

    Windows

    OS version

    Windows 7 x64 pro

    Relevant log output

    No response

    Prevention against duplicate issues

    • [X] I have searched for similar issues
    bug Execute SQL 
    opened by dorkerdev 2
  • [3045] Load settings from directory

    [3045] Load settings from directory

    This patch changes to DB4S to automatically load configuration file in a specific(./configuration) directory. This PR is related to issue #3045.

    Detailed Changes

    1. Check if the ./configuration/config.conf file exists.
    2. Check if the ./configuration/config.ini file exists.
    3. If any one of the above two conditions is true, the configuration file is loaded.

    Test Environment

    • macOS Catalina (10.15.7, 19H1922)

    Any advice on my code is always welcome. Thanks 😄

    enhancement 
    opened by lucydodo 2
  • Refactor CMakeLists, targetify everything

    Refactor CMakeLists, targetify everything

    I've tested this with:

    • Distro libs: sqlite3, sqlcipher, qscintilla, qcustomplot
    • Local libs: sqlite3, qscintilla, qhexedit, qcustomplot

    All builds checked with ldd to ensure the correct libraries are linked against. Only thing left is to test it on Windows...

    opened by longnguyen2004 3
Releases(continuous)
  • continuous(Jun 28, 2022)

  • v3.12.2(May 17, 2021)

    This is a minor maintenance release, primarily to update the internal certificates for anonymous communication with the DBHub.io servers.

    You don't need to upgrade unless you're using DBHub.io anonymously. If you're using DBHub.io with your own client certificate, this upgrade won't really do much either. :smile:

    The changes in this over the 3.12.1 release include:

    SHA256SUMS

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    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.12.2-win64.zip(19.49 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.12.2.dmg(18.12 MB)
    DB_Browser_for_SQLite-v3.12.2-x86_64.AppImage(36.93 MB)
    SQLiteDatabaseBrowserPortable_3.12.2_English.paf.exe(24.17 MB)
  • v3.12.1(Nov 9, 2020)

    This is the first bug fix release for our 3.12.x series.

    There aren't any "super critical must upgrade" bugs fixed, so updating isn't urgent. :smile:

    The changes in this over the 3.12.0 release include:

    Enhancements

    • Completely reworked interface for accessing DBHub.io
    • Add .Net DateTime.Ticks to list of supported display formats (#2378)
    • Add more options for setting font sizes (#2306)
    • New predefined settings for simplified window layout (#2307)

    Bug fixes

    • Fix loading of project files with empty filter values (#2288)
    • Fix initial table view when using the -t / --table command line option (#2113)
    • Add status message when opening a file from the recent file list (4dfe4f76db3667e67c112cfdd5e37a2f7f8bc6d1)
    • Make sure to not show "NULL" for empty but non-NULL values in the Edit dialog (#2204)
    • Fix plot being drawn before all data is loaded (#2286)
    • Restore original default for having condition format in filter line (f28ecc0133a2859e750fac01fccc685e2eea7508)
    • Fix default font in the format toolbar (c4b2ffceb32c9c826268702c14b5f3c67c55c45e)
    • Improve binary detection for cases starting by chance by a BOM (#2197)
    • Make sure the order of the statements in the SQL log is correct (05db9014c2b7541dd21a151aa0512e5f20f47ce1)
    • Fix executing selected SQL text when there are multi-byte characters (#2311)
    • Fix executing SQL queries with compound operators (#2316)
    • Fix SQL import of files with BOM (#2323)
    • Also update schema when clicking the Refresh button in Browse Data tab (16c3d8d13ee997d0ce15737110826c484f8c8879)
    • Select column in table results when column header is pressed (#2343)
    • Tweak the output wording for command line options (#1069)
    • Remove the default property of the cancel button in the "Fetching data..." dialog (#2383)
    • Fix not being saved and not applied when modifying database cells in Windows external program (f2d8f79752f4a20b749c03f3313d9555484a0d71)
    • Fix incorrect display of SQL calltips containing non-US-ASCII characters (9f7851b4d6f31c21a98acf2a01872de654d960af)
    • Fix to 'Window Layout' options work properly (#2435)

    Building and packaging

    • Fix CMake warning during compilation (115aa00ac5f79a6d24618daa06e5402ff1a6adbb)
    • snap: Add environment variables to set Qt theme (7b5d65220557f73f2ce36ceee80f1e5ba65160c6)
    • Updated to OpenSSL 1.1.1h for the Windows and macOS builds

    Platform specific

    • No longer force Light theme on macOS when "Follow the desktop style" is chosen (508118ffd072e8f5507e4d6beaa52be8d51d4deb)
    • Keep registry key consistent on Windows (#2328)
    • Allow use of integrated graphics card instead of high performance graphics card in macOS (#2377)
    • Use native path separators in Preferences dialog (f38b829f5695bb95fbb50cb203376e3013bf2001)
    • Added message box for informative command line arguments for Windows (#1069)

    Translations

    • Remove all translations of key shortcuts (0070a158617898ba4602ae04c451cec35df640fb)
    • Update of the Korean translation (#2329, 82accb2720fa06b6e2ba330338fa362c39305a3e)
    • Update of the Spanish translation (551a420791dcfa78dd14a954f7dbea00dd5eef0e)
    • Update of the Japanese translation (#2407)
    • Update of the French translation (2803da38b1e36fed59e8e56c13c201f445bda516)
    • Update of the Arabic translation (1dfa70c209453ab3fdce7991377fdba94bafccff)
    • Fixes in the Spanish translation (4791b99afff1691f2770f31e33f8ac7ca5778898, 5d85ca1a5388228af0ca092b0f51397743b46563, 454fd4a50b210c9e434bb57b54b2e4e9bf3ddd3b)
    • Fixes in the French translation (90d33c6299a447ee455013adce3af79f99b22a68, 03752066ac7675ca2ca2b350935b0944e0e7247f)
    • Update of the German translation (#2415)
    • Update of the Italian translation (#2419)
    • Update of the Portuguese translation (#2418)
    • Update of the Chinese translation (#2421)
    • Add of the Dutch translation (#2424)

    SHA256SUMS

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    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
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    SQLiteDatabaseBrowserPortable_3.12.1_English.paf.exe(23.86 MB)
  • continuous-v3.12.x(May 2, 2021)

  • v3.12.1-rc1(Sep 27, 2020)

    This is the first, and hopefully only :wink:, release candidate for DB Browser for SQLite version 3.12.1.

    The changes in this over the 3.12.0 release include:

    Enhancements

    • Completely reworked interface for accessing DBHub.io
    • Add .Net DateTime.Ticks to list of supported display formats (#2378)
    • Add more options for setting font sizes (#2306)
    • New predefined settings for simplified window layout (#2307)

    Bug fixes

    • Fix loading of project files with empty filter values (#2288)
    • Fix initial table view when using the -t / --table command line option (#2113)
    • Add status message when opening a file from the recent file list (4dfe4f76db3667e67c112cfdd5e37a2f7f8bc6d1)
    • Make sure to not show "NULL" for empty but non-NULL values in the Edit dialog (#2204)
    • Fix plot being drawn before all data is loaded (#2286)
    • Restore original default for having condition format in filter line (f28ecc0133a2859e750fac01fccc685e2eea7508)
    • Fix default font in the format toolbar (c4b2ffceb32c9c826268702c14b5f3c67c55c45e)
    • Improve binary detection for cases starting by chance by a BOM (#2197)
    • Make sure the order of the statements in the SQL log is correct (05db9014c2b7541dd21a151aa0512e5f20f47ce1)
    • Fix executing selected SQL text when there are multi-byte characters (#2311)
    • Fix executing SQL queries with compound operators (#2316)
    • Fix SQL import of files with BOM (#2323)
    • Also update schema when clicking the Refresh button in Browse Data tab (16c3d8d13ee997d0ce15737110826c484f8c8879)
    • Select column in table results when column header is pressed (#2343)
    • Tweak the output wording for command line options (#1069)
    • Remove the default property of the cancel button in the "Fetching data..." dialog (#2383)

    Building and packaging

    • Fix CMake warning during compilation (115aa00ac5f79a6d24618daa06e5402ff1a6adbb)
    • snap: Add environment variables to set Qt theme (7b5d65220557f73f2ce36ceee80f1e5ba65160c6)

    Platform specific

    • No longer force Light theme on macOS when "Follow the desktop style" is chosen (508118ffd072e8f5507e4d6beaa52be8d51d4deb)
    • Keep registry key consistent on Windows (#2328)
    • Allow use of integrated graphics card instead of high performance graphics card in macOS (#2377)
    • Use native path separators in Preferences dialog (f38b829f5695bb95fbb50cb203376e3013bf2001)
    • Added message box for informative command line arguments for Windows (#1069)

    Translations

    • Remove all translations of key shortcuts (0070a158617898ba4602ae04c451cec35df640fb)
    • Update of the Korean translation (#2329, 82accb2720fa06b6e2ba330338fa362c39305a3e)
    • Update of the Spanish translation (551a420791dcfa78dd14a954f7dbea00dd5eef0e)
    • Update of the Japanese translation (#2407)
    • Update of the French translation (2803da38b1e36fed59e8e56c13c201f445bda516)
    • Update of the Arabic translation (1dfa70c209453ab3fdce7991377fdba94bafccff)
    • Fixes in the Spanish translation (4791b99afff1691f2770f31e33f8ac7ca5778898, 5d85ca1a5388228af0ca092b0f51397743b46563, 454fd4a50b210c9e434bb57b54b2e4e9bf3ddd3b)
    • Fixes in the French translation (90d33c6299a447ee455013adce3af79f99b22a68, 03752066ac7675ca2ca2b350935b0944e0e7247f)

    SHA256SUMS

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  • v3.12.0(Jun 25, 2020)

    Highlights

    Better table editing

    • SQLite 3.25.0 added support for renaming columns with the ALTER TABLE command (previously you had to create a new table with the renamed column, copy all data over, delete the old table, then rename the new table - even leaving out some details of the process here...). This does not only make renaming columns a lot faster, it makes it safer too because the new process is less prone to errors and also makes sure to update all references to the renamed column in your indices and triggers. Starting with this release DB4S makes as much use of this new feature as possible. This gives you the full ALTER TABLE support we offer but additionally, all the benefits just mentioned.

    • Often you do not edit just one bit of your table schema. For example, when renaming a column you might want to edit its data type or default value too. Before each of these modifications would be carried out immediately which, for large tables, makes editing them very slow and tiresome. With this release DB4S keeps track of all your modifications, only applying them in one single process when clicking the OK button. This should make editing the schema of large tables a lot faster.

    • We have also added a new constraint editor. This allows you to add and edit constraints for multiple columns but it is also useful for setting constraint names or just getting an overview of all constraints in the table. constraint_editor

    Conditional formatting

    • We have added a new feature for configuring conditional formats in the Browse Data tab. With this, you can set colours, font, font size, text alignment, and more depending on the values of the cell. It works very similarly to what you might know from your spreadsheet application.

    • Conditional formats are set per column and multiple formats can be configured for each column. Conditional formats can select for anything that can be filtered for, e.g. equals, does not equal, less than, more than, LIKE, etc.

    • To set a conditional format you can right-click a cell or right-click a filter bar, then click 'Edit Conditional Formats...' to open the dialog. If you are currently filtering the view, you can also right-click the filter bar and click 'Use for Conditional Format' to quickly add a conditional format for the current filter condition.

    • Your configured conditional formats are saved to your project files as well. condformat

    • Additionally there is a new format toolbar which allows you to set formats arbitrarily without giving any condition. This allows you to format the table contents just like a table in your favourite spreadsheet application, e.g. for presentations or printing. formatting

    Better threading and cancelling support for long-running queries

    • SQL queries are now running in a separate thread. This means the UI can respond while the query is running. For long-running queries, this makes a huge difference because it allows you to cancel the query anytime. cancel_query

    • SQLite does not support accessing the database from multiple threads simultaneously for all database configurations. Because we want to make sure that it is impossible to corrupt a database file, DB4S does not allow two queries or one query and another long-running process to run simultaneously. In the status bar, you are now notified of any long-running processes and you can cancel them too. But no worries: Whenever you try to start a second query, a message box will inform you and let you decide whether to cancel or wait for the other process to finish. statusbar

    Multi-column sorting

    • It is now possible to sort by multiple columns in the Browse Data tab. You can configure any number of sort keys. Their order will appear in the column headers.

    • Simply clicking a column header resets any old sort orders and sorts by just the clicked column. To add another sort key hold the Ctrl / cmd key while clicking the column header. Holding the Ctrl / cmd key and clicking a column header which is already in the list of columns for sorting changes the sort order of that column.

    • All the columns used for sorting are stored in your project files. sort_order

    New SQL parser with Unicode support and better coverage in general

    • DB4S comes with a SQL parser which is used to analyse the tables schemas. The parser is not perfect and when failing to parse a certain table or index schema, you will not be able to use all features of DB4S on that table or index. Especially editing the schema but also to some extent modifying the contents of the table will not be possible. So even though it is not directly visible, the parser is a very important part of the application.

    • This release comes with a new parser. This allows us to fix a lot of problems, for example with complex CHECK constraints, which are now working as expected. The new parser is not only more robust, but it also extracts more information out of the SQL statements which makes editing these tables a smoother experience.

    • Finally, the new parser can handle Unicode characters in table and column names just like SQLite does. So if your table schema contains these characters the table will now display correctly. utf

    Find dialogs everywhere

    • We have added a find toolbar and a find and replace dialog to the Execute SQL editors. This means you can quickly jump to your search terms in the Execute SQL editor using the toolbar. But you can also open the more powerful dialog for more search options or replacing text. There are new toolbar icons at the top with new keyboard shortcuts.

    • We have also added the find and replace dialog to all other editors. This includes the Edit Cell and the SQL log docks because these might show a lot of text which is hard to navigate without a search option. find

    • Additionally, we have added a new find and a new find and replace toolbar to the Browse Data tab. This allows you to look for values or patterns in the currently browsed table without applying a filter. This is especially useful when you have already specified a filter and do not want to change that. The new replace toolbar allows you to replace values without having to switch the tab or write a SQL statement.

    • Finally there is a new field 'Filter in all columns'. Type any number of words here to limit the view to only those rows which contain all these words, no matter in which column. This is super useful when looking for a certain value in a table without knowing in which column it could be. find_in_table

    UI improvements everywhere

    • This release includes a whole bunch of UI improvements throughout the application, too many to list them all here. Most notably maybe is the improved handling of project files. But there are also new keyboard shortcuts, cleaner window layouts, and many more details.

    • There are also more ways in which you can change the window layout and the UI is more responsive to your needs.

    Proxy support

    • We have added proxy support to our network code. So it is finally possible to use DB4S through a proxy, for example, your company proxy. This also changes the defaults to use the system proxy configuration instead of not using any proxy at all.

    • The proxy settings affect all network code. This includes the automatic update check on Windows and macOS but also the dbhub.io integration. If you have not heard of it before, dbhub.io is a cloud service which allows you to work on SQLite databases collaboratively. It is developed by the same developers as DB4S. You can check it out for free. :smile:

    • To change the proxy settings, open the Preferences dialog, go to the Remote tab, and click on the Configure button in the proxy section. proxy

    Better performance on slow systems

    • There are some major speed improvements in this release. The improved speed when editing a table schema has already been mentioned. The new SQL parser is also vastly faster which can make opening and browsing databases with lots of tables noticeably faster. The SQL import feature is faster too.

    • But other than that we have made a ton of small adjustments, each improving the performance a tiny bit. These are significant when combined, especially on older systems. This should make your overall experience a lot smoother.

    Support for pre-3.11 project file format

    In v3.11, the project file format was changed to support multiple sort columns (#1593), the database read-only state and the saving of configured conditional formats, while the handling of project files itself was improved too. While v.3.11 could read project files from previous versions, all saving of project files was done using the new project file format.

    v3.12 will be the last version to support the pre-3.11 project file format - v3.13 won't be able to read the older format.

    All Enhancements

    • Make use of the enhanced ALTER TABLE features in SQLite 3.25.0 (5ec03baef41ea938c9b58736c998e24ffe070265)
    • Allow specifying an ON CONFLICT strategy in the Import CSV dialog (#1585)
    • Add option to remember last location per action type when saving and loading (#1587)
    • Add conditional formats to the Browse Data tab (#1503, #1815, #1976)
    • Show current database action and add a cancel button in status bar (11ace1efa6289dd3b40399f28c7dbeda2c8840e0)
    • Save read-only state in the project file (#1598)
    • Add support for filtering by regular expressions using the /regexp/ syntax (#1522)
    • More efficient table editing. When editing the schema, do all changes in one go at the end (#1444, #1686)
    • Add comment/uncomment feature to the SQL editor (#1614)
    • Add option to find and replace in the selection in the SQL editor (#1618)
    • Execute SQL statements in a different thread, allowing long-running queries to be cancelled (1f9101ae2a564121ba2843b68c1d7d3f8cff93ad)
    • When editing a cell with a foreign-key, show a list of possible values in a dropdown list (#614, #1550)
    • Many small performance improvements (#1666, 7f597d07e463ad83b924814a99713e051b496c53, e16537dd9a611054efaa7b30caa4265b83218f99, 9c0b36d7b75aa09e008cbd3fdd332a9c2a47c450, 5589bd9da44bf2056582dc366c272a468a0f5eed, a43e6a93e43d4cda1cfa735c6aec960b8c56c7ec, 66f9e6962048cddb97e9e0a7b2b2c7bd9f8088dc, a0b8b6f16a5cbedc2a67f2f99b5f27bb2e82828e, fad8a847ae5325d5bbb65fce44c697cce431ad24, 4e8eff7af0bb9ca7610da4160b41c6573261e10e, ba1270cedb0feb9522bd787a640f52f68cd5f544, 317918d7cd25000aa6f1ad444c071bfea2cd56f4, ff86e525b38774d0c4774a4bb4350b44e9782037, 1bab387b7a9eb5a1d7f3b4f40a2371522efa4d3c)
    • Lots of UI reworking, allowing more flexibility, adding new shortcuts, fixing glitches, and making it more responsive. Some of the new settings are stored in the project file while the handling of project files itself is improved too (#459, #620, #788, #815, #1493, #1608, #1614, #1647, #1675, #1678, #1684, #1706, #1762, #1763, #1889, #1904, #1941, #1965, #1968, #1976, #2025, #2027, #2038, #2062, #2083, 8f32d15204d3490cde3256401afb937f984d3f7c, 7541a8205024368d9f0bdab311e5c6de6e3f8aac, 74befa368b4a0973cc46fd9149d2281a5190725e, fa3a844454e1bc52df3afacd281319eea06a635f, ad15e7aa921205ce47420dee1db5bb7622cc06dc)
    • New Save Project As menu item (#1706)
    • Ask the user whether to save modified SQL tabs when closing, add a new button to save changes in all open tabs, prompt to save changes in the project when closing the database or the application (#871, #1386, #1706, 71fc484c32b6f1c9beff130aa3c297b0d7285105)
    • Allow custom display formats (#573, #1720)
    • Add new log to the SQL log dock which prints the SQLite error log (#1754)
    • New setting allowing to set a dark style using a style-sheet (#1751, #1493, #1738)
    • Add support for sorting by multiple columns in the Browse Data tab and add a button to clear sort orders (#1761, #1810)
    • Add support for inserting rows into views with appropriate triggers (#141)
    • Enable build against external QCustomPlot (#1784)
    • Improved text editor in the Edit Cell dock (45c1e2abfd9dd95c8a744c24406b09dff5502e71, #1796)
    • New command-line argument for saving settings (3e92ec2b3b02bcf7b60c7836d5497a5daa4c124c)
    • Show some information about the selected data when selecting cells in the Browse Data tab (4d5e84181348bf298a0e73680565db7f59db48f8, 25715bb5908527133ab8f9e7b7f4cff5ab4542b0)
    • Detect changes in SQL files made by other programs (#1839)
    • Add a full find dialog to all text editors (#1746)
    • Add constraint editing to the Edit Table dialog (ad60a019f2382aec2e14e101c322a782437326fc, cd748d07ab51075f34961cb06ac5869c11ddfb5b, 3f60142abc0509c39eaa72d6f1b25a388cd59b68, 9d654a19ba926e2d89009063ec701753bff67194, 05e2defe331186f93a685a3f5445f00feeae420e, a9e6fe4ecb00214d75a6897e990fb97451765629)
    • Include a built-in certificate which allows out-of-the-box read-only access to dbhub.io (b70e25c7866ff8f770b81d6186652d37a6d1f86f)
    • Support all Unicode quote and escape characters in the Import CSV dialog (#1860, #2012)
    • Add proxy support to dbhub.io functionality (#979)
    • Add "Browse Table" action to the context menu of the DB Structure dock (#1943)
    • Remember read-only flag for recent files list (#1913)
    • Extended regular expression support in the find dialogs (#1625)
    • Add duplicate tab feature to Execute SQL area (#1964)
    • Prompt user for options after dropping files (#1883)
    • Allow changing the collation of columns in the Edit Table dialog (#1973)
    • Add global filter field to Browse Data tab (#1608, #1662)
    • Support inline preview of image data in cells (#2000)
    • Add move field to top/bottom buttons to Edit Table dialog (#1988)
    • Add a find and replace toolbars to the Browse Data tab (#1608)
    • Add a toolbar for direct formatting of columns, rows, and single cells in the Browse Data tab (#1976)
    • Support custom SQLCipher cipher_plaintext_header_size (6b8fb51f049711274eee3a523a3ab3b477524218)
    • Add support for parsing, browsing, and editing tables with GENERATED ALWAYS AS columns (#2107)
    • Use the column type affinity for the default text alignment in the Browse Data tab (#2032)
    • Resize columns according to contents (#2006)
    • Allow opening of URLs or filenames from database cells and add a button to insert a link to the file into the cell (#1597)
    • Allow editing of the contents of database cells in external applications (#1746, #1791)
    • Add support for a secondary Y-axis to the plot area (#2026, #2131)
    • Drop close buttons on every Execute SQL tab(x) (#1968)
    • Show a useful icon in SQL tabs (#2153)
    • Open SQL tabs for modifying views and triggers (#2174)
    • Fix logo issues (#2184)
    • Install the AppStream file to the canonical location (#2195)
    • Open a set of SQL-Files (#2207)
    • Consistent naming of DB Browser for SQLite (#2224)
    • Minor: Change "Filter in all columns" => "Filter in any column" (#2233)
    • Avoid unchanged translation of keyboard shortcuts to work around problems (#2235)
    • Rearrange preferences database (#2240)
    • Use port 443 for DBHub.io traffic, to be more enterprise firewall friendly (c0cc6968fd8b139436f7f688c02473eab3d2b4e3)
    • Application icon cleanup (#2270)
    • Update to Windows Icon Generation script (#2275)

    All Bug fixes

    • Avoid setting the database dirty with some trailing whitespace and comments (#1543)
    • Use native and localised names for shortcuts in the tool-tips (#721)
    • Add macOS .dylib extension to the extension selector dialog (66e332208831ee27e230303dd056c9d3bad943b4)
    • Do not show more than 512 characters in DB Structure tooltips (#1659)
    • Load all pending data when select all is requested (#1373)
    • Make the Edit Cell Dock to update with the selected cell in SQL results (#481)
    • Fix selecting columns in Browse Data tab instead of sorting them (#1717)
    • Fix detection of XML data, some types of text data, and large numbers in the Edit Cell dock (3eebffd7c6ef98a22fc8603975ad25964e329e8d, 7d85d7a41bf31c686fba697d4c4107cf7eebbda5, #1846)
    • Fix default collations and callbacks when creating a new database (5c727e8b702c019cdd785e50cc11ce11a520fe67)
    • Lots of bug fixes in the SQL parser (e828beb76084980ef6b0778630d7fb1c72c644b6, cb694dd2c62ac1e7d1c940fa73ed0edde9a9a322, 3f7b10886041aacf60c8d5fed276e2da145044d8, 3237e9d2f5a6f7ca29942a08f85aee0f2c0eb1e0, #1950, #1969, #1990)
    • Always set sort direction to ascending when sorting a different column (00bc7db5c014ad5e5cb3dd7512f83211fb9ede79)
    • Fix problems with the JSON export (#1789)
    • Fix problems after closing a database (#1800)
    • Fix syntax highlighting to exactly match the SQLite keywords (fa66937827586a80a1037c519eddeab0cf2fdbc0)
    • Fix deleting from WITHOUT ROWID table (b788e2ddc83941d60a18a7fe14c9ebd2ea1870d0)
    • Fix editing data in WITHOUT ROWID tables with multiple primary key columns (#516, #1075, #1834)
    • Silence some unnecessary warning messages (#1868, f877f8a10c7786976405564f18046844959e1f2b, 99c7523849ed55feb03f58c0c5cd2a88466e87b6)
    • Fix licence list in dbhub.io push dialog (16768d5474de2f5fac9e53eda3e24fe4de4ed046)
    • Fix loading last used settings in the Import CSV dialog (cec6b825611a5aa44a7fe09e22ccaca20ecb5510)
    • Fix setting last modified date when cloning a dbhub.io database (4cf6cb7c2a1b5843257b249ed24560e49528805b)
    • Fix possible crash when loading a corrupt project file (30d0b183a56e55296e19a4347548cf5907cc24e8)
    • Include transaction statements in the SQL log (#1859, #1901)
    • Fixes for editing cells with RTL texts (#1793, #1929)
    • When updating a field try to respect the affinity data type if possible (#1592)
    • Fix value in size column of dbhub.io panel for very large databases (622ef9dfc131f5054f6c3568aa880fd2089a4b08)
    • Fix plotting data with NULL values by leaving gaps in the graph (#1977)
    • Fix importing CSV files with quote characters and no final line break and with only one column and no final line break (#193, #1986)
    • Escape filepath when attaching database (#2002)
    • Fix foreign-key editor not working correctly in Edit Table dialog (#1991)
    • Fix issues with resizing and with hiding a column (#1999)
    • Fix editing in tables with custom display formats (6f7fb7480979604ed4b5190199fd1e0e9a18f830)
    • Fix problems with greediness in the DB4S implementation of the SQLite REGEXP operator (#2040)
    • Check if some column has a NOT NULL constraint in "Set to NULL" (#2021)
    • Fix error indication and savepoint handling after failed statements (#2073)
    • Make SQL editor in Edit Table dialog read-only (#2078)
    • Fix some problems with view editing in Browse Data tab (#2091)
    • Fix handling of databases with a view and a trigger with the same name (#2091)
    • Never mark the DB dirty if it is read-only (#1514)
    • Fix the recordset numbers in the Browse Data tab (cee3523f37bf89780e42fc65fd327c2e1ea3a752, 13742c4602397edad2717c275a373080dc32386d)
    • Fix some typos and translation problems (39047109a65e325c1a2135a85a372efaa315316d, 0db3c1e04a7957dd57ee7cdc94ed14d587847464, 29db270e809980d3a36ee6c30fd30bd12a5a5cd7, 1d1afaad218dfea9d9cdcf83821b3c5b33963ebb, fe88463cbad5476ca6555759eb70dee430d89f63)
    • Fix dotenv not working for databases encrypted using SQLCipher 3 (77023540ffa29fde53255650bdc4bb4db248a81d)
    • Fix dotenv not working when not specifying the plaintext header size (281cfe78dcfe77f8634c28375414595776043bdd)
    • Crash when -t option specifies missing table (#2180)

    Translations

    • Add Japanese translation (#2122, #2130)
    • Update Russian translation (faaa2826141233fd6937fc232438c39f4819862a)
    • Update Chinese translation (028242160f536b85463481ffd9b158bf6337db16)
    • Update Polish translation (5503667d9806370e9a8d1b78ce22bc045b39d7d9, 22a8cc051fa3d4bf977be5bcd804c7ef4fe06aca)
    • Update Portuguese translation (#2126)
    • Update French translation (daedace373dfe1dcd268fe6c16dacf4b0c76d399, d8b25e0b8ec9ec94b87d48f826e130f58debe4b5)
    • Update Spanish translation (721ace49820d955c3752db7b7be1216d5729d6e3)
    • Update Turkish translation (#2133)
    • Update Italian translation (#2136, #2141)
    • Update German translation (#2137)
    • Update Arabic translation (#2146)
    • Update Simplified Chinese translation (#2145)
    • Update German translation for v3.12.x (#2277)
    • Updates the Brazilian Portuguese files for 3.12.0 (#2278)
    • Portuguese updates for 3.12 (#2280)
    • Update Japanese Translation for v3.12.x (#2281)
    • Update zh translation (#2282)

    Packaging and Building

    • Antlr is removed as a dependency
    • Niels Lohmann's JSON library is added as a dependency. A copy of the library is included in the source code.
    • Update bundled QScintilla library to version 2.11.1 (e392e648527171e9ba3115d255cccdd8d073497a)
    • Update bundled QHexEdit2 library to version 0.8.6 (d4401f9705cef1e04d0a165684b0906677ec498c)
    • Update bunbled QCustomPlot library to version 2.0.1 (#2119)
    • Update bundled QDarkStyleSheet to version 2.8 (3b2dec4f123fa28ee3527eed1fb49af18483e17c)
    • More flexibility to override library paths (9f28851d00b0079b15b05cbbd0cdb7ad41ae24b7, b4af221ee11c6b8df47f6a7b24d5efc1221721c2, 800a8daf11837e9f0a62c10887988eb4a12441b1, a692c06637ee315c5704fda453264001fed3d47a, #1784)
    • Add support for building with cmake 3.11 and later (#1361)
    • cmake installation on macOS also copies the icon and desktop files (#1723)
    • Add workaround for Qt bugs QTBUG-68891 and QTBUG-71020 (#1658)
    • Include a new SQLite extension for encoding and decoding base64 and decoding plist data (#1716, #1804)
    • Include the fileio, soundex, r-tree, and geopoly extensions (0d25d11bc1f5117aa9d57d23d517d6972c8831fc, 5bf90150fc4d11c65d48ea8a89aa614b12ac84de, 6565cdccffa8a8bca2bdf0d77b5588ab5b455408)
    • Raise the maximum number of attached databases to 125 when using the bundled SQLite version (402af87bdb46d54a2bb22afed7fca59eb40e4013, b0bca100c0be0629f794b906d0292d94fd3efdf8)
    • Add MIME information file (#2024)

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  • v3.12.0-rc1(Jun 8, 2020)

    This is the first, and hopefully only :grin:, release candidate for DB Browser for SQLite version 3.12.0.

    The changes in this from the alpha1 release:

    • #1968 - Drop close buttons on every Execute SQL tab(x).
    • #2153 - Show a useful icon in SQL tabs
    • #2174 - Open SQL tabs for modifying views and triggers
    • #2180 - Crash when -t option specifies missing table
    • #2184 - Fix logo issues
    • #2193 - Update German translation
    • #2195 - Install the AppStream file to the canonical location
    • #2207 - Open a set of SQL-Files
    • #2224 - Consistent naming of DB Browser for SQLite
    • #2233 - Minor: Change "Filter in all columns" => "Filter in any column"
    • #2235 - Avoid unchanged translation of keyboard shortcuts to work around problems
    • #2240 - Rearrange preferences database
    • c0cc6968fd8b139436f7f688c02473eab3d2b4e3 - Use port 443 for DBHub.io traffic, to be more enterprise firewall friendly
    • #2270 - Application icon cleanup
    • #2275 - Update to Windows Icon Generation script

    There are a few text strings that still need an updated translation. We'll get those done over the next few days, and as long as no serious bugs turn up we'll make the final release next weekend or so. :smile:

    Support for pre-3.11 project file format

    In v3.11, the project file format was changed to support multiple sort columns (#1593), the database read-only state and the saving of configured conditional formats, while the handling of project files itself was improved too. While v.3.11 could read project files from previous versions, all saving of project files was done using the new project file format. v3.12 will be the last version to support the pre-3.11 project file format - v3.13 won't be able to read the older format.

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  • v3.12.0-alpha1(Apr 15, 2020)

    Highlights

    Better table editing

    • SQLite 3.25.0 added support for renaming columns with the ALTER TABLE command (previously you had to create a new table with the renamed column, copy all data over, delete the old table, then rename the new table - even leaving out some details of the process here...). This does not only make renaming columns a lot faster, it makes it safer too because the new process is less prone to errors and also makes sure to update all references to the renamed column in your indices and triggers. Starting with this release DB4S makes as much use of this new feature as possible. This gives you the full ALTER TABLE support we offer but additionally, all the benefits just mentioned.

    • Often you do not edit just one bit of your table schema. For example, when renaming a column you might want to edit its data type or default value too. Before each of these modifications would be carried out immediately which, for large tables, makes editing them very slow and tiresome. With this release DB4S keeps track of all your modifications, only applying them in one single process when clicking the OK button. This should make editing the schema of large tables a lot faster.

    • We have also added a new constraint editor. This allows you to add and edit constraints for multiple columns but it is also useful for setting constraint names or just getting an overview of all constraints in the table. constraint_editor

    Conditional formatting

    • We have added a new feature for configuring conditional formats in the Browse Data tab. With this, you can set colours, font, font size, text alignment, and more depending on the values of the cell. It works very similarly to what you might know from your spreadsheet application.

    • Conditional formats are set per column and multiple formats can be configured for each column. Conditional formats can select for anything that can be filtered for, e.g. equals, does not equal, less than, more than, LIKE, etc.

    • To set a conditional format you can right-click a cell or right-click a filter bar, then click 'Edit Conditional Formats...' to open the dialog. If you are currently filtering the view, you can also right-click the filter bar and click 'Use for Conditional Format' to quickly add a conditional format for the current filter condition.

    • Your configured conditional formats are saved to your project files as well. condformat

    • Additionally there is a new format toolbar which allows you to set formats arbitrarily without giving any condition. This allows you to format the table contents just like a table in your favourite spreadsheet application, e.g. for presentations or printing. formatting

    Better threading and cancelling support for long-running queries

    • SQL queries are now running in a separate thread. This means the UI can respond while the query is running. For long-running queries, this makes a huge difference because it allows you to cancel the query anytime. cancel_query

    • SQLite does not support accessing the database from multiple threads simultaneously for all database configurations. Because we want to make sure that it is impossible to corrupt a database file, DB4S does not allow two queries or one query and another long-running process to run simultaneously. In the status bar, you are now notified of any long-running processes and you can cancel them too. But no worries: Whenever you try to start a second query, a message box will inform you and let you decide whether to cancel or wait for the other process to finish. statusbar

    Multi-column sorting

    • It is now possible to sort by multiple columns in the Browse Data tab. You can configure any number of sort keys. Their order will appear in the column headers.

    • Simply clicking a column header resets any old sort orders and sorts by just the clicked column. To add another sort key hold the Ctrl / cmd key while clicking the column header. Holding the Ctrl / cmd key and clicking a column header which is already in the list of columns for sorting changes the sort order of that column.

    • All the columns used for sorting are stored in your project files. sort_order

    New SQL parser with Unicode support and better coverage in general

    • DB4S comes with a SQL parser which is used to analyse the tables schemas. The parser is not perfect and when failing to parse a certain table or index schema, you will not be able to use all features of DB4S on that table or index. Especially editing the schema but also to some extent modifying the contents of the table will not be possible. So even though it is not directly visible, the parser is a very important part of the application.

    • This release comes with a new parser. This allows us to fix a lot of problems, for example with complex CHECK constraints, which are now working as expected. The new parser is not only more robust, but it also extracts more information out of the SQL statements which makes editing these tables a smoother experience.

    • Finally, the new parser can handle Unicode characters in table and column names just like SQLite does. So if your table schema contains these characters the table will now display correctly. utf

    Find dialogs everywhere

    • We have added a find toolbar and a find and replace dialog to the Execute SQL editors. This means you can quickly jump to your search terms in the Execute SQL editor using the toolbar. But you can also open the more powerful dialog for more search options or replacing text. There are new toolbar icons at the top with new keyboard shortcuts.

    • We have also added the find and replace dialog to all other editors. This includes the Edit Cell and the SQL log docks because these might show a lot of text which is hard to navigate without a search option. find

    • Additionally, we have added a new find and a new find and replace toolbar to the Browse Data tab. This allows you to look for values or patterns in the currently browsed table without applying a filter. This is especially useful when you have already specified a filter and do not want to change that. The new replace toolbar allows you to replace values without having to switch the tab or write a SQL statement.

    • Finally there is a new field 'Filter in all columns'. Type any number of words here to limit the view to only those rows which contain all these words, no matter in which column. This is super useful when looking for a certain value in a table without knowing in which column it could be. find_in_table

    UI improvements everywhere

    • This release includes a whole bunch of UI improvements throughout the application, too many to list them all here. Most notably maybe is the improved handling of project files. But there are also new keyboard shortcuts, cleaner window layouts, and many more details.

    • There are also more ways in which you can change the window layout and the UI is more responsive to your needs.

    Proxy support

    • We have added proxy support to our network code. So it is finally possible to use DB4S through a proxy, for example, your company proxy. This also changes the defaults to use the system proxy configuration instead of not using any proxy at all.

    • The proxy settings affect all network code. This includes the automatic update check on Windows and macOS but also the dbhub.io integration. If you have not heard of it before, dbhub.io is a cloud service which allows you to work on SQLite databases collaboratively. It is developed by the same developers as DB4S. You can check it out for free. :smile:

    • To change the proxy settings, open the Preferences dialog, go to the Remote tab, and click on the Configure button in the proxy section. proxy

    Better performance on slow systems

    • There are some major speed improvements in this release. The improved speed when editing a table schema has already been mentioned. The new SQL parser is also vastly faster which can make opening and browsing databases with lots of tables noticeably faster. The SQL import feature is faster too.

    • But other than that we have made a ton of small adjustments, each improving the performance a tiny bit. These are significant when combined, especially on older systems. This should make your overall experience a lot smoother.

    Support for pre-3.11 project file format

    In v3.11, the project file format was changed to support multiple sort columns (#1593), the database read-only state and the saving of configured conditional formats, while the handling of project files itself was improved too. While v.3.11 could read project files from previous versions, all saving of project files was done using the new project file format. v3.12 will be the last version to support the pre-3.11 project file format - v3.13 won't be able to read the older format.

    All Enhancements

    • Make use of the enhanced ALTER TABLE features in SQLite 3.25.0 (5ec03baef41ea938c9b58736c998e24ffe070265)
    • Allow specifying an ON CONFLICT strategy in the Import CSV dialog (#1585)
    • Add option to remember last location per action type when saving and loading (#1587)
    • Add conditional formats to the Browse Data tab (#1503, #1815, #1976)
    • Show current database action and add a cancel button in status bar (11ace1efa6289dd3b40399f28c7dbeda2c8840e0)
    • Save read-only state in the project file (#1598)
    • Add support for filtering by regular expressions using the /regexp/ syntax (#1522)
    • More efficient table editing. When editing the schema, do all changes in one go at the end (#1444, #1686)
    • Add comment/uncomment feature to the SQL editor (#1614)
    • Add option to find and replace in the selection in the SQL editor (#1618)
    • Execute SQL statements in a different thread, allowing long-running queries to be cancelled (1f9101ae2a564121ba2843b68c1d7d3f8cff93ad)
    • When editing a cell with a foreign-key, show a list of possible values in a dropdown list (#614, #1550)
    • Many small performance improvements (#1666, 7f597d07e463ad83b924814a99713e051b496c53, e16537dd9a611054efaa7b30caa4265b83218f99, 9c0b36d7b75aa09e008cbd3fdd332a9c2a47c450, 5589bd9da44bf2056582dc366c272a468a0f5eed, a43e6a93e43d4cda1cfa735c6aec960b8c56c7ec, 66f9e6962048cddb97e9e0a7b2b2c7bd9f8088dc, a0b8b6f16a5cbedc2a67f2f99b5f27bb2e82828e, fad8a847ae5325d5bbb65fce44c697cce431ad24, 4e8eff7af0bb9ca7610da4160b41c6573261e10e, ba1270cedb0feb9522bd787a640f52f68cd5f544, 317918d7cd25000aa6f1ad444c071bfea2cd56f4, ff86e525b38774d0c4774a4bb4350b44e9782037, 1bab387b7a9eb5a1d7f3b4f40a2371522efa4d3c)
    • Lots of UI reworking, allowing more flexibility, adding new shortcuts, fixing glitches, and making it more responsive. Some of the new settings are stored in the project file while the handling of project files itself is improved too (#459, #620, #788, #815, #1493, #1608, #1614, #1647, #1675, #1678, #1684, #1706, #1762, #1763, #1889, #1904, #1941, #1965, #1968, #1976, #2025, #2027, #2038, #2062, #2083, 8f32d15204d3490cde3256401afb937f984d3f7c, 7541a8205024368d9f0bdab311e5c6de6e3f8aac, 74befa368b4a0973cc46fd9149d2281a5190725e, fa3a844454e1bc52df3afacd281319eea06a635f, ad15e7aa921205ce47420dee1db5bb7622cc06dc)
    • New Save Project As menu item (#1706)
    • Ask the user whether to save modified SQL tabs when closing, add a new button to save changes in all open tabs, prompt to save changes in the project when closing the database or the application (#871, #1386, #1706, 71fc484c32b6f1c9beff130aa3c297b0d7285105)
    • Allow custom display formats (#573, #1720)
    • Add new log to the SQL log dock which prints the SQLite error log (#1754)
    • New setting allowing to set a dark style using a style-sheet (#1751, #1493, #1738)
    • Add support for sorting by multiple columns in the Browse Data tab and add a button to clear sort orders (#1761, #1810)
    • Add support for inserting rows into views with appropriate triggers (#141)
    • Improved text editor in the Edit Cell dock (45c1e2abfd9dd95c8a744c24406b09dff5502e71, #1796)
    • New command-line argument for saving settings (3e92ec2b3b02bcf7b60c7836d5497a5daa4c124c)
    • Show some information about the selected data when selecting cells in the Browse Data tab (4d5e84181348bf298a0e73680565db7f59db48f8, 25715bb5908527133ab8f9e7b7f4cff5ab4542b0)
    • Detect changes in SQL files made by other programs (#1839)
    • Add a full find dialog to all text editors (#1746)
    • Add constraint editing to the Edit Table dialog (ad60a019f2382aec2e14e101c322a782437326fc, cd748d07ab51075f34961cb06ac5869c11ddfb5b, 3f60142abc0509c39eaa72d6f1b25a388cd59b68, 9d654a19ba926e2d89009063ec701753bff67194, 05e2defe331186f93a685a3f5445f00feeae420e, a9e6fe4ecb00214d75a6897e990fb97451765629)
    • Include a built-in certificate which allows out-of-the-box read-only access to dbhub.io (b70e25c7866ff8f770b81d6186652d37a6d1f86f)
    • Support all Unicode quote and escape characters in the Import CSV dialog (#1860, #2012)
    • Add proxy support to dbhub.io functionality (#979)
    • Add "Browse Table" action to the context menu of the DB Structure dock (#1943)
    • Remember read-only flag for recent files list (#1913)
    • Extended regular expression support in the find dialogs (#1625)
    • Add duplicate tab feature to Execute SQL area (#1964)
    • Prompt user for options after dropping files (#1883)
    • Allow changing the collation of columns in the Edit Table dialog (#1973)
    • Add global filter field to Browse Data tab (#1608, #1662)
    • Support inline preview of image data in cells (#2000)
    • Add move field to top/bottom buttons to Edit Table dialog (#1988)
    • Add a find and replace toolbars to the Browse Data tab (#1608)
    • Add a toolbar for direct formatting of columns, rows, and single cells in the Browse Data tab (#1976)
    • Support custom SQLCipher cipher_plaintext_header_size (6b8fb51f049711274eee3a523a3ab3b477524218)
    • Add support for parsing, browsing, and editing tables with GENERATED ALWAYS AS columns (#2107)
    • Use the column type affinity for the default text alignment in the Browse Data tab (#2032)
    • Resize columns according to contents (#2006)
    • Allow opening of URLs or filenames from database cells and add a button to insert a link to the file into the cell (#1597)
    • Allow editing of the contents of database cells in external applications (#1746, #1791)
    • Add support for a secondary Y-axis to the plot area (#2026, #2131)

    All Bug fixes

    • Avoid setting the database dirty with some trailing whitespace and comments (#1543)
    • Use native and localised names for shortcuts in the tool-tips (#721)
    • Add macOS .dylib extension to the extension selector dialog (66e332208831ee27e230303dd056c9d3bad943b4)
    • Do not show more than 512 characters in DB Structure tooltips (#1659)
    • Load all pending data when select all is requested (#1373)
    • Make the Edit Cell Dock to update with the selected cell in SQL results (#481)
    • Fix selecting columns in Browse Data tab instead of sorting them (#1717)
    • Fix detection of XML data, some types of text data, and large numbers in the Edit Cell dock (3eebffd7c6ef98a22fc8603975ad25964e329e8d, 7d85d7a41bf31c686fba697d4c4107cf7eebbda5, #1846)
    • Fix default collations and callbacks when creating a new database (5c727e8b702c019cdd785e50cc11ce11a520fe67)
    • Lots of bug fixes in the SQL parser (e828beb76084980ef6b0778630d7fb1c72c644b6, cb694dd2c62ac1e7d1c940fa73ed0edde9a9a322, 3f7b10886041aacf60c8d5fed276e2da145044d8, 3237e9d2f5a6f7ca29942a08f85aee0f2c0eb1e0, #1950, #1969, #1990)
    • Always set sort direction to ascending when sorting a different column (00bc7db5c014ad5e5cb3dd7512f83211fb9ede79)
    • Fix problems with the JSON export (#1789)
    • Fix problems after closing a database (#1800)
    • Fix syntax highlighting to exactly match the SQLite keywords (fa66937827586a80a1037c519eddeab0cf2fdbc0)
    • Fix deleting from WITHOUT ROWID table (b788e2ddc83941d60a18a7fe14c9ebd2ea1870d0)
    • Fix editing data in WITHOUT ROWID tables with multiple primary key columns (#516, #1075, #1834)
    • Silence some unnecessary warning messages (#1868, f877f8a10c7786976405564f18046844959e1f2b, 99c7523849ed55feb03f58c0c5cd2a88466e87b6)
    • Fix licence list in dbhub.io push dialog (16768d5474de2f5fac9e53eda3e24fe4de4ed046)
    • Fix loading last used settings in the Import CSV dialog (cec6b825611a5aa44a7fe09e22ccaca20ecb5510)
    • Fix setting last modified date when cloning a dbhub.io database (4cf6cb7c2a1b5843257b249ed24560e49528805b)
    • Fix possible crash when loading a corrupt project file (30d0b183a56e55296e19a4347548cf5907cc24e8)
    • Include transaction statements in the SQL log (#1859, #1901)
    • Fixes for editing cells with RTL texts (#1793, #1929)
    • When updating a field try to respect the affinity data type if possible (#1592)
    • Fix value in size column of dbhub.io panel for very large databases (622ef9dfc131f5054f6c3568aa880fd2089a4b08)
    • Fix plotting data with NULL values by leaving gaps in the graph (#1977)
    • Fix importing CSV files with quote characters and no final line break and with only one column and no final line break (#193, #1986)
    • Escape filepath when attaching database (#2002)
    • Fix foreign-key editor not working correctly in Edit Table dialog (#1991)
    • Fix issues with resizing and with hiding a column (#1999)
    • Fix editing in tables with custom display formats (6f7fb7480979604ed4b5190199fd1e0e9a18f830)
    • Fix problems with greediness in the DB4S implementation of the SQLite REGEXP operator (#2040)
    • Check if some column has a NOT NULL constraint in "Set to NULL" (#2021)
    • Fix error indication and savepoint handling after failed statements (#2073)
    • Make SQL editor in Edit Table dialog read-only (#2078)
    • Fix some problems with view editing in Browse Data tab (#2091)
    • Fix handling of databases with a view and a trigger with the same name (#2091)
    • Never mark the DB dirty if it is read-only (#1514)
    • Fix the recordset numbers in the Browse Data tab (cee3523f37bf89780e42fc65fd327c2e1ea3a752, 13742c4602397edad2717c275a373080dc32386d)
    • Fix some typos and translation problems (39047109a65e325c1a2135a85a372efaa315316d, 0db3c1e04a7957dd57ee7cdc94ed14d587847464, 29db270e809980d3a36ee6c30fd30bd12a5a5cd7, 1d1afaad218dfea9d9cdcf83821b3c5b33963ebb, fe88463cbad5476ca6555759eb70dee430d89f63)
    • Fix dotenv not working for databases encrypted using SQLCipher 3 (77023540ffa29fde53255650bdc4bb4db248a81d)
    • Fix dotenv not working when not specifying the plaintext header size (281cfe78dcfe77f8634c28375414595776043bdd)

    Translations

    • Add Japanese translation (#2122, #2130)
    • Update Russian translation (faaa2826141233fd6937fc232438c39f4819862a)
    • Update Chinese translation (028242160f536b85463481ffd9b158bf6337db16)
    • Update Polish translation (5503667d9806370e9a8d1b78ce22bc045b39d7d9, 22a8cc051fa3d4bf977be5bcd804c7ef4fe06aca)
    • Update Portuguese translation (#2126)
    • Update French translation (daedace373dfe1dcd268fe6c16dacf4b0c76d399, d8b25e0b8ec9ec94b87d48f826e130f58debe4b5)
    • Update Spanish translation (721ace49820d955c3752db7b7be1216d5729d6e3)
    • Update Turkish translation (#2133)
    • Update Italian translation (#2136, #2141)
    • Update German translation (#2137)
    • Update Arabic translation (#2146)
    • Update Simplified Chinese translation (#2145)

    Packaging and Building

    • Antlr is removed as a dependency
    • Niels Lohmann's JSON library is added as a dependency. A copy of the library is included in the source code.
    • Update bundled QScintilla library to version 2.11.1 (e392e648527171e9ba3115d255cccdd8d073497a)
    • Update bundled QHexEdit2 library to version 0.8.6 (d4401f9705cef1e04d0a165684b0906677ec498c)
    • Update bunbled QCustomPlot library to version 2.0.1 (#2119)
    • Update bundled QDarkStyleSheet to version 2.8 (3b2dec4f123fa28ee3527eed1fb49af18483e17c)
    • More flexibility to override library paths (9f28851d00b0079b15b05cbbd0cdb7ad41ae24b7, b4af221ee11c6b8df47f6a7b24d5efc1221721c2, 800a8daf11837e9f0a62c10887988eb4a12441b1, a692c06637ee315c5704fda453264001fed3d47a, #1784)
    • Add support for building with cmake 3.11 and later (#1361)
    • cmake installation on macOS also copies the icon and desktop files (#1723)
    • Add workaround for Qt bugs QTBUG-68891 and QTBUG-71020 (#1658)
    • Include a new SQLite extension for encoding and decoding base64 and decoding plist data (#1716, #1804)
    • Include the fileio, soundex, r-tree, and geopoly extensions (0d25d11bc1f5117aa9d57d23d517d6972c8831fc, 5bf90150fc4d11c65d48ea8a89aa614b12ac84de, 6565cdccffa8a8bca2bdf0d77b5588ab5b455408)
    • Raise the maximum number of attached databases to 125 when using the bundled SQLite version (402af87bdb46d54a2bb22afed7fca59eb40e4013, b0bca100c0be0629f794b906d0292d94fd3efdf8)
    • Add MIME information file (#2024)

    SHA256SUMS

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  • v3.11.2(Apr 3, 2019)

    This is a minor bug fix release in the 3.11.x series

    Bug fixes and enhancements since 3.11.1

    • #1756 - Enable 'Edit Database Cell' when view is editable
    • #1758 - DB browser crashes when I try to attach additional database to current one
    • #1764 - CASE-SENSITIVITY: Error importing data from SQL file: cannot start a transaction within a transaction
    • #1772 - Cell edit window considers binary data to be text/numeric if first byte is in ascii range
    • #1774 - Crashes when browsing a empty view with view editing enabled
    • #1777 - Trying to save after successfull import fails
    • #1799 - Attach encrypted database results in Out of Memory Error
    • #1814 - File is not a database
    • #1829 - Can't remove password from an encrypted database any more
    • 1a59c8cbda47684dfc0b55283fc6fdb396adc832 - grammar: Fix keywords as table name and keywords as column name
    • Include SQLite 3.27.2 instead of SQLite 3.27.1
    • Include SQLCipher 4.1.0 instead of 4.0.1
    • Updated translation strings
      • #1600 - Korean
      • #1830 - Brazilian Portuguese
      • #1833 - Italian
      • e2ad5459d569801f9a635391f774e81ca1009e85 - German

    SHA256SUMS

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  • v3.11.1(Feb 18, 2019)

    Note that this is effectively 3.11.0 from last week, with a critical bug fix on top + some other additional fixes.

    Highlights

    • DBHub.io improvements
    • CSV import: speed, memory usage, usability, type detection and new default rules
    • Attach databases
    • Menu options for filtering
    • JSON and XML editors
    • Improvements to the plot UI
    • Better copy & paste support
    • Dark theme support on Linux
      • Dark mode support for windows and macOS isn't working yet. :frowning:
    • Multi-threaded loading of data
    • Default quotes changed to double quotes
    • Add Record dialog
    • Printing support
    • The math extensions for SQLite are included in the windows and macOS installers

    Important Notes

    • This release includes SQLCipher 4.0.1, providing even stronger encryption than the previous release.
      • To open a database encrypted with a previous release, make sure to choose the "SQLCipher 3 defaults" in the dialog which asks for the encryption passphrase.
    • Our project file format has changed, to make it easier to modify with external tools.
      • Older format files are loaded fine, but all saving of project files is done using the new project file format.

    Notes on the windows installers

    We've moved to providing MSI based installers, instead of the previous .exe ones. These new installers include both SQLite and SQLCipher (for optional encryption):

    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.1-win32.msi
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.1-win64.msi
    

    These MSI based installers will automatically detect the previous release of DB4S (3.10.1) and remove it before upgrading. If you're using one of the 3.11.0 alpha/betas, or an older version of DB4S than 3.10.1, you'll need to manually remove it first before the upgrade.

    Additionally, there's now a .zip version of each. That's useful for people needing to run DB Browser for SQLite without installing it first.

    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.1-win32.zip
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.1-win64.zip
    

    If you're not sure which one to get, try the .msi version first. :smile:

    Note on the macOS installer

    The macOS installation now includes the SQLite math extensions (math.dylib), located in the Contents/Extensions/ folder inside DB Browser for SQLite.app.

    • To use it, you'll need to either manually load it (ToolsLoad Extension), or tell DB4S to automatically load it every time (PreferencesExtensions).
    • macOS doesn't easily allow going inside .app folders in file selection dialogs. To navigate to the correct folder you'll probably need to press Shift (⇧)+Command (⌘)+g when the file selection dialog is open, then give it the path of /Applications/DB Browser for SQLite.app/Contents/Extensions.

    Bug fixes and enhancements since 3.11.0

    • DB Browser Crashes When Importing Its Own .sql dump (#1045)
    • Updated query optimisations (#1161)
    • Network inaccessible error when using a WiFi network (#1595)
    • "determining row count" displays forever in Browse Data tab (#1654)
    • About Info - display 32bit vs 64bit (#1660)
    • Allow bottom editor of Execute SQL tab to grow taller (#1670)
    • TEXT values show as BLOB (#1731)
    • Error encrypting in 3.11.0 (#1732)
    • It's not possible to modify some tables (#1733)
    • Class 'NullLineEdit' lacks Q_OBJECT macro (#1740)
    • Include SQLite 3.27.1 instead of SQLite 3.26.0

    Enhancements

    • Add menu option for attaching database and allow usage of attached databases throughout the entire UI (532fcd3f6b713e89f7739f25de09c353c61bbe99, 44eb2d4f9922fd1a854d959602c6a2455eab0dc5, fbaf78ea65bc8354d053192c90dece17ce7c8b5b, 315019dd9ce028331caa1d6f8863829a8ce25e9d, 1a3e3d3c40112d4dd92a6427eb84ad7fdbd4aa92, ea1659e1d09c6d1e3452d3dd76986ac901d637dd, a5ca75655c42c45c35a3f41611942328237cd39f, 7db96cdf13ff9131b87a71ebb48517080869b061, 72d64edbe0f3eff0e3557bdccedf75c3276bc5b8, f01ad409ff294cf5dea1cf035f589c1b0509b76f, 3e0242025628ffecb554f0508f1c35de1aa42c2c, #1131, #1132, #1133)
    • Make import of multiple CSV files easier to use (#1121)
    • Optimise the Import CSV dialog for better usability (#1072)
    • Improve speed of preview table for large fields in the Import CSV dialog (#720)
    • Speed up CSV import a lot and reduce its memory usage (643251780557ffccf84a3a672a4d88e941313f97, b7a00d301a2a469ba4a4b430e7b3f1b13fdc2842, 6ed8080fdb19e4b6cfadbb67d336bc6ce828d74c, 0eb1f6579815ee1148323ce928d24eab9f0f8002, 659f38ebefc8f1d245b30fe279d318c26c2b84a2, ed9fda28ea6b54bf86bf78ceaaae3256f3dec3e5)
    • All sorts of improvements for tracking dbhub.io databases and pushing them back to the cloud (8a540a27457e4ce44be5cd6b695537e5ba1da433, fef884a4e1e88e4899d3a49169ba2bbb77d3bd5c, f18064f0aecb306cde860bde79b10cdfaf6550d2, b2ddcdd470e16134d978d9afb5d00231b2caa079, f926a67dba4d8277041fcb74f27674c83c804752, 8c0e4bfdaaef17d93c888d3f97e5e9383fcd7bd5, c692ae0de52e281cbc3115fece930578f10051a0, 64b33413fbd289cceb2837b700bca621326ac615, d73859736dc741ab72f2bbc4a0f6fae2b2e57b38, 24ee209befa24d0ac6c1499f3f327c252a545cea, a1855d8f7525a1afa91a70256e6c892557dbb198, eff92c2818138bcac3e507ba81081c544b735962, #1136, a9316993aeaf7b5f9972e1896267a9cdeb202a54)
    • Move button for saving Execute SQL results to the toolbar (#1122)
    • Rearrange display format list for better usability (31e499d9fa282fc67138647668a24e3b18df09a8)
    • Add menu option to hide selected columns (and unhide them) in the Browse Data view (#1135, d4e228d4b588721029e875fe288828b7880144fe)
    • Add automatic type detection to the CSV import (#1003, #1382)
    • Improve splitters in Execute SQL tab (#380)
    • New menu options for using a value as a filter in the Browse Data tab, and support all filter operators for strings (#1182, #1463)
    • Allow renaming SQL tabs by double clicking their title (#1186)
    • Add support for filtering for empty strings in the Browse Data tab (#1189)
    • Add a new menu option for also copying the headers to the clipboard (#1058)
    • Add a search bar (Ctrl+F) to Execute SQL editors (#191)
    • Add a find and replace dialog (Ctrl+H) to all SQL editors (#191, #1612)
    • It's now possible to select points in a plot and the corresponding rows in the table will be selected (e8e5671588ce378fdde9607346060474b84144f7)
    • Show number of records to delete in the Delete Record button caption (5fbf5ca1b28373323591f05a339f18b58e9c283c)
    • Add new display formats (46ec0197193ad127103f7d8408895e7c4f76fc67, #1213, #1467)
    • Add special editor for JSON data in the Edit Cell dialog (#1173)
    • Add special editor for XML data in the Edit Cell dialog (#1253)
    • Use HTML when copying table data to the clipboard. This way less data is lost when pasting to spreadsheet applications (e60e9ffc758f26aa7d9833552bb5d3e1d3d566b3)
    • Some improvements to the plot UI including zooming, dragging and copying the plot to the clipboard (ade562769a06e4f010f15e88ddba2946747f6528, #1245, cef1e9020be975ad675d02f542b77747d778f8d0, #950, #1258, e34d36085df827999935ab0c94cf44ef2bd08736, #838, #1271, b2fbf450121a395fc83c8a331c5742f446adfa6e, #1310, c4109e6a10058c228940688d1fee38da0bab4c7b)
    • Some minor improvements to the Execute SQL UI (87e1b9bc7c51b86fca2c3192929500fd457022eb, 6d44c6d412d39e9c84e0d4d3cc543bdb17fb26fb)
    • Allow pasting a value into multiple cells at once (0d7ca9b5bec0c83b88787fc333f3b61652dcacaf)
    • Allow changing the font of the result view in the Execute SQL tab (#1240)
    • Add a new button to the Browse Data tab to create a view from the current settings (#1246)
    • Add two new toolbar for Extra actions and for Project actions and add some more icons to the existing toolbars and menus (#331)
    • Allow configuration of BLOB text and style for the Browse Data tab (#1263)
    • Add a new dialog for managing database file extensions (#659)
    • Add possibility to drag and drop fields from the DB Schema dock to the SQL text editors (#119, #1250)
    • Add a Delete Record(s) option to the context menu of the table rows in the Browse Data tab(#1283)
    • Add a new --read-only command line option (#1265)
    • Allow duplicating multiple records at once (#1090)
    • Auto complete SQL keywords in upper case and add an option for it in the Preferences dialog (#1238, #1287)
    • Respect the ORDER BY clause when plotting a table view (#821, #838)
    • Also auto complete column names when they are not preceded by their table name (#1242)
    • Add bar charts to the plot dock (#1302)
    • Allow adding a legend to the plot (#1302)
    • Add "What's This" popups in some more places (52ae85dd28ac8a21e5db67db02e551e059917821, 2c9cf75419feea889d2a86f0b7549d8acacab0c2)
    • Avoid any hard coded colours and query system colours wherever possible. In practice this adds support for dark themes (#1324)
    • Add new option for setting the line wrap in editors (#1173)
    • When clicking the Report Bug menu item some system information are included automatically (#1386)
    • When an entire row is selected and you press the Delete key, the row is now deleted (#1391)
    • Change the rules for the CSV import and add a couple of options to override them (#1395)
    • Add a new menu item to export the current table view with all its settings to a CSV file (#1402)
    • Add support for deleting rows from views with editing unlocked (#141)
    • Add menu option to copy selection in table view as SQL statements (#1422)
    • Move loading of table records into a separate thread for better UI responsiveness (#1394)
    • Change the quotes for SQL identifiers from grave to double quotes and add an option to the Preferences dialog for it (#1436)
    • Change Open Database toolbar action to open a popup menu with an extra option to open a database in read-only mode (#1432)
    • Comments containing filename, line number and results of the executed statements are added to the "User" part of the SQL log dock (#1448)
    • Look for a dotenv file with a stored password when trying to open an encrypted database (#1404)
    • Make the Unlock View Editing dialog easier to use (241372e6eb33e6522e9a4a7dd4869df2fff066e3)
    • Add support for creating and editing in-memory databases (#335, #1492)
    • Menu restructured, Tools menu added (#1434)
    • Add case_sensitive_like pragma to the Edit Pragmas tab and save it to the project file (#1494, c9d651c7b2cc0cba548ef71b3feef8bfd34322e6)
    • When adding an empty row fails open a new Add Record dialog instead in the Browse Data tab. Also make the new dialog available by a new button (#530, #1477)
    • Store the values of all pragmas which aren't stored in the database in the project files (#1518)
    • Add schema names to the auto completion list of names and allow completion of schema.table.field (#1433)
    • Some new configuration options for the drag and drop of item names from the DB Schema dock (#1433, #1534)
    • Preselect file format filter depending on the current data type when exporting cell contents to a file (#1535)
    • Allow saving the hex editor contents when exporting binary cell contents to a file and allow copying the same data to the clipboard (#1438, #1485)
    • Add printing support to text and hex editors, plots, Database Structure tab, Browse Data tab and Execute SQL tabs (#1525)
    • Add some new menu items for optimising and checking the integrity of the database (#1435)
    • Save attached databases in the project file (#1532)
    • Add basic support for window functions (7e23214e61829485993ce1910ec95233de21dcaa, 517743ff3fa65ae3447c6520f16f1cf613b0053d)
    • Add an optional auto completion popup to the Browse Data tab which shows up when editing a cell (e1101ae6905130dd4d7becf323303a4ae804d99f, 04f27ccf4ba301b9d092fcd33341968d54283c5d, 88d1cbc29df359f1f7987d97b649923b7a762d57, b4b933c158ca59cd0d6d9e529f4e58b9304712da)
    • Some polishing of the main window UI (#420, f42b614084d75c3669983af561a4fe9c5f2cf13a)
    • Automatically preselect correct editor depending on the detected data type in the Edit Cell dialog (#1537)
    • Change project file format to support multiple sort columns (#1593)
    • The SQL function load_extension() is only enabled when explicitly requested by the user in a new setting (#1558)
    • Command line option for running with some setting set to a given value (#1588)

    Bug fixes

    • Avoid extra spaces when formatting SQL statements (18bcbf138f3f351e21eaf2db108f89e558943c45)
    • Fix dbhub.io bugs (4dc52865962414b2754c5a6db6ad68c0958f0eb0)
    • Fix detection of image data in Edit Cell dialog (#1138, #1159)
    • Fix Vacuum dialog (c616b3947806411cd1e7d20ca936b5f1dfae35bd)
    • Allow selecting text in Edit Cell dialog even if database is read only (#1123, #1461)
    • Clear filters in Browse Data tab when table structure changes (#1020)
    • Add support for parsing multiple foreign keys in column constraints (677d36074afe7add7b54984a93fba97b8349f061)
    • Fix memory leaks (28446a4f0cba71122e37788e46171c2fd3fab448)
    • Fix input of custom data types in Edit Table dialog so it doesn't require you to hit Enter (#1147)
    • Don't query foreign key pragma all the time in Edit Table dialog (#1130)
    • Avoid unnecessary queries in Browse Data tab (#1108, #1187)
    • Support UTF16 strings in the default collation in DB4S (#1172)
    • Never override the built-in collations (#1172)
    • Fix problems when opening a database by drag and drop (9cff69f534d614b9643c7e871ca07d1bca8de5fb, #1236)
    • Fix crash when trying to edit the display format of a view column (9fd4ebe0e0ba6bc48509d4d8b9a27205c60d81a1)
    • Better error and changes detection in Execute SQL tab (#1181, #1185)
    • Fix parsing of SQL statements on systems with some locales like Turkish (#1194)
    • Fix some high DPI issues (#1184)
    • Improve BLOB detection in Browse Data tab (9b309402db3e9ecfb27207b2c4c0689310372a2b)
    • Fix changing table name to a name that only differs in case (#1200)
    • Fix progress dialog of CSV import for very large files (#1212)
    • Select current display format when opening the Custom Display Format dialog (#1202)
    • Only display the horizontal scrollbar in the SQL editor when it's necessary (d8aeae1a6ff0f4d721b4a806b01a9e77ae3f27f1)
    • Show keyboard shortcuts in some places where they were missing (9ce4b232ba17493d9064c0a3dd963f26d5405215)
    • Fix restoring previous settings in the Export SQL dialog (ccb1fd4ca86cbcd367379356948e23c1047921f0)
    • Never use quotes when copying data from the table view to the text clipboard (#1244)
    • Fix crash when clicking Save SQL file button when no SQL tab is opened (#1248)
    • Fix pasting table data from spreadsheet applications which put an extra line break at the end of the text (#1244)
    • Fix pasting when actually no data is in the clipboard (9db70e07503ffe3ff021087a70b6c32c9bc68c24)
    • Copying and pasting between different tables and copying binary data in the Browse Data tab is now always lossless (47b07490de85b1d354a92a468ccadcb2cea0dffe, #1257)
    • Fix copying binary data (316860a7091bfe0f7de43e78cf6c03b0f9d7387d)
    • Don't ignore possible error messages when duplicating a record (#1255)
    • Don't truncate data at 32768 characters when editing it in directly in the table widget (#1281)
    • Fix binary data detection in table views (#1279, 27c657902e354b11fb5778cc09518a95d37d3698, c9c848e99555f816aa183e7dad426e3151e0f51d, feda408161ae98fee69bfd46a91c607bbc40921d)
    • Allow unsetting the encoding of a table (#1279)
    • Fix drag and drop of tables from the Schema tab (117af5aeeb146860f080584c82876f71ac227ff1)
    • Fix style of web links in UI (#1286)
    • Fix execution of some SQL statements with comments and/or line breaks in them (#1270, #1334)
    • Add support for tables with ON CONFLICT clauses for their primary key (743e7985c2dc5b6c65ac0ff46abba33a443f26ba)
    • Fix crash when pressing Tab at the last cell of a view (#1289)
    • Fix crash when trying to add an index to a database without any tables (#1293)
    • Fix problems after drag & drop of tables onto the structure view (#1288)
    • Copy original statement when clicking the Copy Create Statement menu option (#1300)
    • Fix updating and deleting from tables without rowid if the primary key value contains a "'" character (#1332)
    • Don't show "Show Rowid" menu option for tables without rowid (#1332)
    • Our project file format is now text only. This helps if you want to edit it in a text editor (#1306)
    • Don't commit the current transaction when trying to change the defer_foreign_keys PRAGMA (aebfc5151ec1c2e0cb2c5a01a81a4e53f682f7c7)
    • Fix error messages when importing SQL files (431c67138ba22445f42a6d95a638fd90284a442b)
    • Show icons in Export SQL dialog (28baba8ec88beb54bb7ff642dc1ad0c95e7c9486)
    • Only allow exporting tables in Export SQL dialog (b384027378aa7d72ad420568543080cd6e15ea1e)
    • Tweak order of statements in exported SQL file for less import problems (b6c05609dc496e1aedd8f9a9c98cf667bdab1a08)
    • Fix text of toolbar actions for deleting and modifying objects other than tables (13d9f98aabeb66d6d466f301a139ec2b975482bf)
    • Remember "primary key" of a view unlocked for editing when changing to another object and back (ea25618f22db324e10b6dac90d01b8ca947fe103)
    • Only allow powers of two for page size in Cipher Settings dialog and Edit Pragma tab (#1405, 8a07f0e6556dd9e0b1e369a897db7a05f33085a8)
    • Make sure the insert and delete record buttons are only enabled if they can be used (115d1f185a28bf0858ec1799a1c53cd4ee1aa4fb)
    • Suggest correct file extensions when export content of a cell to a file (885f4f7847a46d85f45501ff67bde089830e81f6)
    • Make sure to reset results view even when a query didn't return any rows (#1437)
    • Auto suggest encodings in Select Encoding dialog (588363b7f6fe70a32986e5d48781980eb6876d5b)
    • Fix parsing of some complex SQL expressions in CREATE statements and fix parsing of CHECK constraints (#1454, c150d1a7664eb02c669e609ee0b01d9c93ad3336)
    • Fix multiple SQL statements in Execute SQL tab being split up at the wrong position (#1470)
    • Don't allow editing the SQL preview in the Create Index dialog (7a9f310778b9be6cc0b7d503df73ca461fa95083)
    • When jumping to a row referenced to by a foreign key by using Ctrl+Shift+Click, perform an exact search instead of a LIKE search (d50a27ab6e47002cbf09d45529e7c21ea390a7c5)
    • Fix crash when browsing a table, then deleting it in another tab and then switching back to the Browse Data tab (2701223aac892d167ff4726b6c71e35d5cf77c43)
    • Fix string quotes in Custom Display Format dialog (b6f47f91de284f715493bd41e1ec130e6878d800)
    • Prevent possible data loss when editing table with foreign keys enabled and ON DELETE CASCADE references (#1481)
    • Fix view when loading a project file while being in the Edit Pragma tab (a23c0a0852ba0b59d3c9fea5f40add845a1307d8)
    • Avoid confusion about the SQLCipher version in the About dialog (#1474)
    • Don't remove a record from the table view temporarily when deleting it has failed (#1511)
    • Show better error messages when importing SQL files (#1519)
    • Defer foreign keys when importing SQL files to avoid import issues for some files (#1519)
    • Fix editing of auto_vacuum pragma via the UI (#1518)
    • Fix initial loading of databases which depend on extension functions to be present (f3e6aec57d4b7c1c7fbad54be75902db13e5bfcd)
    • Fix cursor after SQL import finished (#1526)
    • Fix completion of quoted identifiers in SQL editor (#1433)
    • Fix positioning of cursor in Execute SQL tab when there is an error near a multi-byte character (99c53a436e82ead40504189c9cac3e141d4b718a)
    • Fix some possible crashes when loading an invalid project file (717ff075b52b64603338e0629710bac3e55c41d6)
    • Fix auto completion of keyword ROWID (78ae2c3e0938fc9b2841a45754c4f4ded0dc642b)
    • Better error messages when editing the definition of a table fails (#1547)
    • Fix auto completion not working in some cases until you refresh the database (#1549)
    • Avoid unnecessary queries in the Browse Data tab in some cases (c78c03bf0b040b58977ba1ebbd284ea69531b939)
    • Fix inserting, deleting and editing of rows in WITHOUT ROWID tables with a primary key of TEXT type (#1559)
    • Better error handling in import CSV dialog (#1590)
    • Fix possible resource leaks (#1691)

    Platform specific

    Windows

    • Use MSI installers (#1400)
    • Make sure the image plugins are loaded properly (#1188, 9016bf6dc741143834c29ac8febd3ef4c4f43b7f)
    • Also install license files (12ee94cee9880ea5f1ce938baec147b999027296)
    • Add version info to Windows executables (#1387)
    • Fix line breaks in SQL export (#1502) and quoting (041cebaf6c6b56660a4f880a7f8d3f8408c3ce73)

    macOS

    • Work around a Qt bug which causes high pings for Wifi connections (#1209, 77a701dc979ecf6213bd14c98e87006f8cb82cb5)
    • Add a workaround to improve rendering performance on 4k/5k resolutions (#1233)
    • Add .sqlite, .db3 and .sqlite3 to the list of file associations (28f6c6e6c1777949acf5bc455707ecdfa43ad298, 3008747ada0293d682fa1a9e04852013b8d19ff2)
    • Fix shortcut name for following a foreign key (#1539)

    Linux

    • Make install paths configurable for qmake build (#1443)

    Gnome

    • Fix problem with switching the workspace on Gnome (#934)

    Translations

    • Fix call tips in SQL editor for languages with non-Latin scripts (#1107, #1206)
    • Never translate the name of the pragmas in the Edit Pragma tab (9a30e6cbb0b60ad7b98e5bbcc49f9f4a404ab30b)
    • Spanish translation updated (#1190, 2b6f0d73781bf34f1e44eed3b7a0f7c985eea1a3, aa82b52d5cdcb8511c7eb80112732e5d5f2a32d8, 636136a775f9480ec49e1cec3cae583aecde2e2e)
    • German translation updated (09e170f75dff94761918767c644d2a16c7b4f0e5, #1569)
    • Korean translation updated (8c85ff9157bfb154772eae46ec30787f2fff2c65)
    • Polish translation added (#1456)
    • French translation updated (b7dbfc84c949f685d6e0478d33f8aeb040028697, 5a4df8d114283828389b37af9f705c4148df4cf0)
    • Italian translation added (#1705)
    • Czech translation updated (#1710)
    • Portuguese translation updated (#1707)
    • Simplified Chinese translation updated (#1594)
    • Russian translation updated (#1581)
    • Arabic translation updated (170fb69b438f4fa00fc637bbb78e752f9888d034)

    Packaging and Building

    • Fix code to work with Qt 5.10 and later (e6a4326e9bc1d48d027278171e8ab335c1f91e82, 189b750a009b71bc7de021647309d0b0d8c40232, 39302f5b6061cf687a81984406e20070d60b4563, 72506fb90211f4a9034b29975190a254ceb396eb, #1475)
    • Update the bundled qcustomplot librar to version 2.0.0
    • Silence some cmake warnings (#635, #1143)
    • Show the build date of the nightly builds in the About dialog (0bc430bfad1c9517d0dde0095cc91bbc821f15c6)
    • Restored Qt 5.2 compatibility (#1298)

    SHA256SUMS

    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.1-win32.msi
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      • 558cb41445f0bdd31605aaeb52264ae9839b9e21aa75369a51352956966700fc
    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.1-win64.msi
      • ffe1f44f10d49c9d382e66b951125ae1ee10d4bce93e5a32dbb8547d6bf7122f
    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.1-win64.zip
      • a648b8faffc6da3fcf761f921270de2a2871d4116e2f7baf5e3b0280a538164c
    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.1v2.dmg
      • b0ee5b73b9c6305de79640f651ba59edd32c6a94c2245a2bda01ae8091a69b48
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.1-win32.msi(11.97 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.1-win32.zip(13.32 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.1-win64.msi(15.07 MB)
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  • v3.11.0(Feb 7, 2019)

    Highlights

    • DBHub.io improvements
    • CSV import: speed, memory usage, usability, type detection and new default rules
    • Attach databases
    • Menu options for filtering
    • JSON and XML editors
    • Improvements to the plot UI
    • Better copy & paste support
    • Dark theme support on Linux
      • Dark mode support for windows and macOS isn't working yet. :frowning:
    • Multi-threaded loading of data
    • Default quotes changed to double quotes
    • Add Record dialog
    • Printing support
    • The math extensions for SQLite are included in the windows and macOS installers

    Important Notes

    • This release includes SQLCipher 4.0.1, providing even stronger encryption than the previous release.
      • To open a database encrypted with a previous release, make sure to choose the "SQLCipher 3 defaults" in the dialog which asks for the encryption passphrase.
    • Our project file format has changed, to make it easier to modify with external tools.
      • Older format files are loaded fine, but all saving of project files is done using the new project file format.

    Notes on the windows installers

    We've moved to providing MSI based installers, instead of the previous .exe ones. These new installers include both SQLite and SQLCipher (for optional encryption):

    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-win32.msi
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-win64.msi
    

    These MSI based installers will automatically detect the previous release of DB4S (3.10.1) and remove it before upgrading. If you're using one of the 3.11.0 alphas/beta, or an older version of DB4S than 3.10.1, you'll need to manually remove it first before the upgrade.

    Additionally, there's now a .zip version of each. That's useful for people needing to run DB Browser for SQLite without installing it first.

    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-win32.zip
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-win64.zip
    

    If you're not sure which one to get, try the .msi version first. :smile:

    Note on the macOS installer

    The macOS installation now includes the SQLite math extensions (math.dylib), located in the Contents/Extensions/ folder inside DB Browser for SQLite.app.

    • To use it, you'll need to either manually load it (ToolsLoad Extension), or tell DB4S to automatically load it every time (PreferencesExtensions).
    • macOS doesn't easily allow going inside .app folders in file selection dialogs. To navigate to the correct folder you'll probably need to press Shift (⇧)+Command (⌘)+g when the file selection dialog is open, then give it the path of /Applications/DB Browser for SQLite.app/Contents/Extensions.

    Enhancements

    • Add menu option for attaching database and allow usage of attached databases throughout the entire UI (532fcd3f6b713e89f7739f25de09c353c61bbe99, 44eb2d4f9922fd1a854d959602c6a2455eab0dc5, fbaf78ea65bc8354d053192c90dece17ce7c8b5b, 315019dd9ce028331caa1d6f8863829a8ce25e9d, 1a3e3d3c40112d4dd92a6427eb84ad7fdbd4aa92, ea1659e1d09c6d1e3452d3dd76986ac901d637dd, a5ca75655c42c45c35a3f41611942328237cd39f, 7db96cdf13ff9131b87a71ebb48517080869b061, 72d64edbe0f3eff0e3557bdccedf75c3276bc5b8, f01ad409ff294cf5dea1cf035f589c1b0509b76f, 3e0242025628ffecb554f0508f1c35de1aa42c2c, #1131, #1132, #1133)
    • Make import of multiple CSV files easier to use (#1121)
    • Optimise the Import CSV dialog for better usability (#1072)
    • Improve speed of preview table for large fields in the Import CSV dialog (#720)
    • Speed up CSV import a lot and reduce its memory usage (643251780557ffccf84a3a672a4d88e941313f97, b7a00d301a2a469ba4a4b430e7b3f1b13fdc2842, 6ed8080fdb19e4b6cfadbb67d336bc6ce828d74c, 0eb1f6579815ee1148323ce928d24eab9f0f8002, 659f38ebefc8f1d245b30fe279d318c26c2b84a2, ed9fda28ea6b54bf86bf78ceaaae3256f3dec3e5)
    • All sorts of improvements for tracking dbhub.io databases and pushing them back to the cloud (8a540a27457e4ce44be5cd6b695537e5ba1da433, fef884a4e1e88e4899d3a49169ba2bbb77d3bd5c, f18064f0aecb306cde860bde79b10cdfaf6550d2, b2ddcdd470e16134d978d9afb5d00231b2caa079, f926a67dba4d8277041fcb74f27674c83c804752, 8c0e4bfdaaef17d93c888d3f97e5e9383fcd7bd5, c692ae0de52e281cbc3115fece930578f10051a0, 64b33413fbd289cceb2837b700bca621326ac615, d73859736dc741ab72f2bbc4a0f6fae2b2e57b38, 24ee209befa24d0ac6c1499f3f327c252a545cea, a1855d8f7525a1afa91a70256e6c892557dbb198, eff92c2818138bcac3e507ba81081c544b735962, #1136, a9316993aeaf7b5f9972e1896267a9cdeb202a54)
    • Move button for saving Execute SQL results to the toolbar (#1122)
    • Rearrange display format list for better usability (31e499d9fa282fc67138647668a24e3b18df09a8)
    • Add menu option to hide selected columns (and unhide them) in the Browse Data view (#1135, d4e228d4b588721029e875fe288828b7880144fe)
    • Add automatic type detection to the CSV import (#1003, #1382)
    • Improve splitters in Execute SQL tab (#380)
    • New menu options for using a value as a filter in the Browse Data tab, and support all filter operators for strings (#1182, #1463)
    • Allow renaming SQL tabs by double clicking their title (#1186)
    • Add support for filtering for empty strings in the Browse Data tab (#1189)
    • Add a new menu option for also copying the headers to the clipboard (#1058)
    • Add a search bar (Ctrl+F) to Execute SQL editors (#191)
    • Add a find and replace dialog (Ctrl+H) to all SQL editors (#191, #1612)
    • It's now possible to select points in a plot and the corresponding rows in the table will be selected (e8e5671588ce378fdde9607346060474b84144f7)
    • Show number of records to delete in the Delete Record button caption (5fbf5ca1b28373323591f05a339f18b58e9c283c)
    • Add new display formats (46ec0197193ad127103f7d8408895e7c4f76fc67, #1213, #1467)
    • Add special editor for JSON data in the Edit Cell dialog (#1173)
    • Add special editor for XML data in the Edit Cell dialog (#1253)
    • Use HTML when copying table data to the clipboard. This way less data is lost when pasting to spreadsheet applications (e60e9ffc758f26aa7d9833552bb5d3e1d3d566b3)
    • Some improvements to the plot UI including zooming, dragging and copying the plot to the clipboard (ade562769a06e4f010f15e88ddba2946747f6528, #1245, cef1e9020be975ad675d02f542b77747d778f8d0, #950, #1258, e34d36085df827999935ab0c94cf44ef2bd08736, #838, #1271, b2fbf450121a395fc83c8a331c5742f446adfa6e, #1310, c4109e6a10058c228940688d1fee38da0bab4c7b)
    • Some minor improvements to the Execute SQL UI (87e1b9bc7c51b86fca2c3192929500fd457022eb, 6d44c6d412d39e9c84e0d4d3cc543bdb17fb26fb)
    • Allow pasting a value into multiple cells at once (0d7ca9b5bec0c83b88787fc333f3b61652dcacaf)
    • Allow changing the font of the result view in the Execute SQL tab (#1240)
    • Add a new button to the Browse Data tab to create a view from the current settings (#1246)
    • Add two new toolbar for Extra actions and for Project actions and add some more icons to the existing toolbars and menus (#331)
    • Allow configuration of BLOB text and style for the Browse Data tab (#1263)
    • Add a new dialog for managing database file extensions (#659)
    • Add possibility to drag and drop fields from the DB Schema dock to the SQL text editors (#119, #1250)
    • Add a Delete Record(s) option to the context menu of the table rows in the Browse Data tab(#1283)
    • Add a new --read-only command line option (#1265)
    • Allow duplicating multiple records at once (#1090)
    • Auto complete SQL keywords in upper case and add an option for it in the Preferences dialog (#1238, #1287)
    • Respect the ORDER BY clause when plotting a table view (#821, #838)
    • Also auto complete column names when they are not preceded by their table name (#1242)
    • Add bar charts to the plot dock (#1302)
    • Allow adding a legend to the plot (#1302)
    • Add "What's This" popups in some more places (52ae85dd28ac8a21e5db67db02e551e059917821, 2c9cf75419feea889d2a86f0b7549d8acacab0c2)
    • Avoid any hard coded colours and query system colours wherever possible. In practice this adds support for dark themes (#1324)
    • Add new option for setting the line wrap in editors (#1173)
    • When clicking the Report Bug menu item some system information are included automatically (#1386)
    • When an entire row is selected and you press the Delete key, the row is now deleted (#1391)
    • Change the rules for the CSV import and add a couple of options to override them (#1395)
    • Add a new menu item to export the current table view with all its settings to a CSV file (#1402)
    • Add support for deleting rows from views with editing unlocked (#141)
    • Add menu option to copy selection in table view as SQL statements (#1422)
    • Move loading of table records into a separate thread for better UI responsiveness (#1394)
    • Change the quotes for SQL identifiers from grave to double quotes and add an option to the Preferences dialog for it (#1436)
    • Change Open Database toolbar action to open a popup menu with an extra option to open a database in read-only mode (#1432)
    • Comments containing filename, line number and results of the executed statements are added to the "User" part of the SQL log dock (#1448)
    • Look for a dotenv file with a stored password when trying to open an encrypted database (#1404)
    • Make the Unlock View Editing dialog easier to use (241372e6eb33e6522e9a4a7dd4869df2fff066e3)
    • Add support for creating and editing in-memory databases (#335, #1492)
    • Menu restructured, Tools menu added (#1434)
    • Add case_sensitive_like pragma to the Edit Pragmas tab and save it to the project file (#1494, c9d651c7b2cc0cba548ef71b3feef8bfd34322e6)
    • When adding an empty row fails open a new Add Record dialog instead in the Browse Data tab. Also make the new dialog available by a new button (#530, #1477)
    • Store the values of all pragmas which aren't stored in the database in the project files (#1518)
    • Add schema names to the auto completion list of names and allow completion of schema.table.field (#1433)
    • Some new configuration options for the drag and drop of item names from the DB Schema dock (#1433, #1534)
    • Preselect file format filter depending on the current data type when exporting cell contents to a file (#1535)
    • Allow saving the hex editor contents when exporting binary cell contents to a file and allow copying the same data to the clipboard (#1438, #1485)
    • Add printing support to text and hex editors, plots, Database Structure tab, Browse Data tab and Execute SQL tabs (#1525)
    • Add some new menu items for optimising and checking the integrity of the database (#1435)
    • Save attached databases in the project file (#1532)
    • Add basic support for window functions (7e23214e61829485993ce1910ec95233de21dcaa, 517743ff3fa65ae3447c6520f16f1cf613b0053d)
    • Add an optional auto completion popup to the Browse Data tab which shows up when editing a cell (e1101ae6905130dd4d7becf323303a4ae804d99f, 04f27ccf4ba301b9d092fcd33341968d54283c5d, 88d1cbc29df359f1f7987d97b649923b7a762d57, b4b933c158ca59cd0d6d9e529f4e58b9304712da)
    • Some polishing of the main window UI (#420, f42b614084d75c3669983af561a4fe9c5f2cf13a)
    • Automatically preselect correct editor depending on the detected data type in the Edit Cell dialog (#1537)
    • Change project file format to support multiple sort columns (#1593)
    • The SQL function load_extension() is only enabled when explicitly requested by the user in a new setting (#1558)
    • Command line option for running with some setting set to a given value (#1588)

    Bug fixes

    • Avoid extra spaces when formatting SQL statements (18bcbf138f3f351e21eaf2db108f89e558943c45)
    • Fix dbhub.io bugs (4dc52865962414b2754c5a6db6ad68c0958f0eb0)
    • Fix detection of image data in Edit Cell dialog (#1138, #1159)
    • Fix Vacuum dialog (c616b3947806411cd1e7d20ca936b5f1dfae35bd)
    • Allow selecting text in Edit Cell dialog even if database is read only (#1123, #1461)
    • Clear filters in Browse Data tab when table structure changes (#1020)
    • Add support for parsing multiple foreign keys in column constraints (677d36074afe7add7b54984a93fba97b8349f061)
    • Fix memory leaks (28446a4f0cba71122e37788e46171c2fd3fab448)
    • Fix input of custom data types in Edit Table dialog so it doesn't require you to hit Enter (#1147)
    • Don't query foreign key pragma all the time in Edit Table dialog (#1130)
    • Avoid unnecessary queries in Browse Data tab (#1108, #1187)
    • Support UTF16 strings in the default collation in DB4S (#1172)
    • Never override the built-in collations (#1172)
    • Fix problems when opening a database by drag and drop (9cff69f534d614b9643c7e871ca07d1bca8de5fb, #1236)
    • Fix crash when trying to edit the display format of a view column (9fd4ebe0e0ba6bc48509d4d8b9a27205c60d81a1)
    • Better error and changes detection in Execute SQL tab (#1181, #1185)
    • Fix parsing of SQL statements on systems with some locales like Turkish (#1194)
    • Fix some high DPI issues (#1184)
    • Improve BLOB detection in Browse Data tab (9b309402db3e9ecfb27207b2c4c0689310372a2b)
    • Fix changing table name to a name that only differs in case (#1200)
    • Fix progress dialog of CSV import for very large files (#1212)
    • Select current display format when opening the Custom Display Format dialog (#1202)
    • Only display the horizontal scrollbar in the SQL editor when it's necessary (d8aeae1a6ff0f4d721b4a806b01a9e77ae3f27f1)
    • Show keyboard shortcuts in some places where they were missing (9ce4b232ba17493d9064c0a3dd963f26d5405215)
    • Fix restoring previous settings in the Export SQL dialog (ccb1fd4ca86cbcd367379356948e23c1047921f0)
    • Never use quotes when copying data from the table view to the text clipboard (#1244)
    • Fix crash when clicking Save SQL file button when no SQL tab is opened (#1248)
    • Fix pasting table data from spreadsheet applications which put an extra line break at the end of the text (#1244)
    • Fix pasting when actually no data is in the clipboard (9db70e07503ffe3ff021087a70b6c32c9bc68c24)
    • Copying and pasting between different tables and copying binary data in the Browse Data tab is now always lossless (47b07490de85b1d354a92a468ccadcb2cea0dffe, #1257)
    • Fix copying binary data (316860a7091bfe0f7de43e78cf6c03b0f9d7387d)
    • Don't ignore possible error messages when duplicating a record (#1255)
    • Don't truncate data at 32768 characters when editing it in directly in the table widget (#1281)
    • Fix binary data detection in table views (#1279, 27c657902e354b11fb5778cc09518a95d37d3698, c9c848e99555f816aa183e7dad426e3151e0f51d, feda408161ae98fee69bfd46a91c607bbc40921d)
    • Allow unsetting the encoding of a table (#1279)
    • Fix drag and drop of tables from the Schema tab (117af5aeeb146860f080584c82876f71ac227ff1)
    • Fix style of web links in UI (#1286)
    • Fix execution of some SQL statements with comments and/or line breaks in them (#1270, #1334)
    • Add support for tables with ON CONFLICT clauses for their primary key (743e7985c2dc5b6c65ac0ff46abba33a443f26ba)
    • Fix crash when pressing Tab at the last cell of a view (#1289)
    • Fix crash when trying to add an index to a database without any tables (#1293)
    • Fix problems after drag & drop of tables onto the structure view (#1288)
    • Copy original statement when clicking the Copy Create Statement menu option (#1300)
    • Fix updating and deleting from tables without rowid if the primary key value contains a "'" character (#1332)
    • Don't show "Show Rowid" menu option for tables without rowid (#1332)
    • Our project file format is now text only. This helps if you want to edit it in a text editor (#1306)
    • Don't commit the current transaction when trying to change the defer_foreign_keys PRAGMA (aebfc5151ec1c2e0cb2c5a01a81a4e53f682f7c7)
    • Fix error messages when importing SQL files (431c67138ba22445f42a6d95a638fd90284a442b)
    • Show icons in Export SQL dialog (28baba8ec88beb54bb7ff642dc1ad0c95e7c9486)
    • Only allow exporting tables in Export SQL dialog (b384027378aa7d72ad420568543080cd6e15ea1e)
    • Tweak order of statements in exported SQL file for less import problems (b6c05609dc496e1aedd8f9a9c98cf667bdab1a08)
    • Fix text of toolbar actions for deleting and modifying objects other than tables (13d9f98aabeb66d6d466f301a139ec2b975482bf)
    • Remember "primary key" of a view unlocked for editing when changing to another object and back (ea25618f22db324e10b6dac90d01b8ca947fe103)
    • Only allow powers of two for page size in Cipher Settings dialog and Edit Pragma tab (#1405, 8a07f0e6556dd9e0b1e369a897db7a05f33085a8)
    • Make sure the insert and delete record buttons are only enabled if they can be used (115d1f185a28bf0858ec1799a1c53cd4ee1aa4fb)
    • Suggest correct file extensions when export content of a cell to a file (885f4f7847a46d85f45501ff67bde089830e81f6)
    • Make sure to reset results view even when a query didn't return any rows (#1437)
    • Auto suggest encodings in Select Encoding dialog (588363b7f6fe70a32986e5d48781980eb6876d5b)
    • Fix parsing of some complex SQL expressions in CREATE statements and fix parsing of CHECK constraints (#1454, c150d1a7664eb02c669e609ee0b01d9c93ad3336)
    • Fix multiple SQL statements in Execute SQL tab being split up at the wrong position (#1470)
    • Don't allow editing the SQL preview in the Create Index dialog (7a9f310778b9be6cc0b7d503df73ca461fa95083)
    • When jumping to a row referenced to by a foreign key by using Ctrl+Shift+Click, perform an exact search instead of a LIKE search (d50a27ab6e47002cbf09d45529e7c21ea390a7c5)
    • Fix crash when browsing a table, then deleting it in another tab and then switching back to the Browse Data tab (2701223aac892d167ff4726b6c71e35d5cf77c43)
    • Fix string quotes in Custom Display Format dialog (b6f47f91de284f715493bd41e1ec130e6878d800)
    • Prevent possible data loss when editing table with foreign keys enabled and ON DELETE CASCADE references (#1481)
    • Fix view when loading a project file while being in the Edit Pragma tab (a23c0a0852ba0b59d3c9fea5f40add845a1307d8)
    • Avoid confusion about the SQLCipher version in the About dialog (#1474)
    • Don't remove a record from the table view temporarily when deleting it has failed (#1511)
    • Show better error messages when importing SQL files (#1519)
    • Defer foreign keys when importing SQL files to avoid import issues for some files (#1519)
    • Fix editing of auto_vacuum pragma via the UI (#1518)
    • Fix initial loading of databases which depend on extension functions to be present (f3e6aec57d4b7c1c7fbad54be75902db13e5bfcd)
    • Fix cursor after SQL import finished (#1526)
    • Fix completion of quoted identifiers in SQL editor (#1433)
    • Fix positioning of cursor in Execute SQL tab when there is an error near a multi-byte character (99c53a436e82ead40504189c9cac3e141d4b718a)
    • Fix some possible crashes when loading an invalid project file (717ff075b52b64603338e0629710bac3e55c41d6)
    • Fix auto completion of keyword ROWID (78ae2c3e0938fc9b2841a45754c4f4ded0dc642b)
    • Better error messages when editing the definition of a table fails (#1547)
    • Fix auto completion not working in some cases until you refresh the database (#1549)
    • Avoid unnecessary queries in the Browse Data tab in some cases (c78c03bf0b040b58977ba1ebbd284ea69531b939)
    • Fix inserting, deleting and editing of rows in WITHOUT ROWID tables with a primary key of TEXT type (#1559)
    • Better error handling in import CSV dialog (#1590)
    • Fix possible resource leaks (#1691)

    Platform specific

    Windows

    • Use MSI installers (#1400)
    • Make sure the image plugins are loaded properly (#1188, 9016bf6dc741143834c29ac8febd3ef4c4f43b7f)
    • Also install license files (12ee94cee9880ea5f1ce938baec147b999027296)
    • Add version info to Windows executables (#1387)
    • Fix line breaks in SQL export (#1502) and quoting (041cebaf6c6b56660a4f880a7f8d3f8408c3ce73)

    macOS

    • Work around a Qt bug which causes high pings for Wifi connections (#1209, 77a701dc979ecf6213bd14c98e87006f8cb82cb5)
    • Add a workaround to improve rendering performance on 4k/5k resolutions (#1233)
    • Add .sqlite, .db3 and .sqlite3 to the list of file associations (28f6c6e6c1777949acf5bc455707ecdfa43ad298, 3008747ada0293d682fa1a9e04852013b8d19ff2)
    • Fix shortcut name for following a foreign key (#1539)

    Linux

    • Make install paths configurable for qmake build (#1443)

    Gnome

    • Fix problem with switching the workspace on Gnome (#934)

    Translations

    • Fix call tips in SQL editor for languages with non-Latin scripts (#1107, #1206)
    • Never translate the name of the pragmas in the Edit Pragma tab (9a30e6cbb0b60ad7b98e5bbcc49f9f4a404ab30b)
    • Spanish translation updated (#1190, 2b6f0d73781bf34f1e44eed3b7a0f7c985eea1a3, aa82b52d5cdcb8511c7eb80112732e5d5f2a32d8, 636136a775f9480ec49e1cec3cae583aecde2e2e)
    • German translation updated (09e170f75dff94761918767c644d2a16c7b4f0e5, #1569)
    • Korean translation updated (8c85ff9157bfb154772eae46ec30787f2fff2c65)
    • Polish translation added (#1456)
    • French translation updated (b7dbfc84c949f685d6e0478d33f8aeb040028697, 5a4df8d114283828389b37af9f705c4148df4cf0)
    • Italian translation added (#1705)
    • Czech translation updated (#1710)
    • Portuguese translation updated (#1707)
    • Simplified Chinese translation updated (#1594)
    • Russian translation updated (#1581)
    • Arabic translation updated (170fb69b438f4fa00fc637bbb78e752f9888d034)

    Packaging and Building

    • Fix code to work with Qt 5.10 and later (e6a4326e9bc1d48d027278171e8ab335c1f91e82, 189b750a009b71bc7de021647309d0b0d8c40232, 39302f5b6061cf687a81984406e20070d60b4563, 72506fb90211f4a9034b29975190a254ceb396eb, #1475)
    • Update the bundled qcustomplot librar to version 2.0.0
    • Silence some cmake warnings (#635, #1143)
    • Show the build date of the nightly builds in the About dialog (0bc430bfad1c9517d0dde0095cc91bbc821f15c6)
    • Restored Qt 5.2 compatibility (#1298)

    SHA256SUMS

    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-win32.msi
      • d1e28bb123ab758b476f1d1f86be5f9b0c4f4e55a72f9d6e29cfc7924adf44bb
    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-win32.zip
      • f86a16c871394df8ae4d4f80536f2f784a3b250455642f65d352fed56384ef3a
    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-win64.msi
      • 83c8847d0f86354c53b30407fa4af96c9674711bf92c8705e2e4f33897fc9cdd
    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-win64.zip
      • 24390192ec1c48a7399d79001b69aef2f24fc8bd943128028dd0d6116e507d48
    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0.dmg
      • 80d66a492ca3ed1f544d3dfea940c222059e9763280491a1d4cac8fb701e5720
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-win32.msi(11.91 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-win32.zip(13.25 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-win64.msi(14.98 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-win64.zip(17.14 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0.dmg(16.07 MB)
  • v3.11.0-beta3(Dec 13, 2018)

    This 3.11.0-beta3 release only has minor improvements over yesterdays 3.11.0-beta2.

    • The Windows installer dialogs have been cleaned up and reorganised.
    • The Windows installer now detects and uninstalls the prior release (3.10.1) automatically.
    • The macOS installation now includes the SQLite math extensions (math.dylib) too (was already added for Windows in a prior beta).
      • It's located in the Contents/Extensions/ folder inside DB Browser for SQLite.app.
      • To use it, you'll need to either manually load it (ToolsLoad Extension), or tell DB4S to automatically load it every time (PreferencesExtensions).
      • macOS doesn't easily allow going inside .app folders in file selection dialogs. To navigate to the correct folder you'll probably need to press Shift (⇧)+Command (⌘)+g when the file selection dialog is open, then give it the path of /Applications/DB Browser for SQLite.app/Contents/Extensions.
      • @SilvioGrosso has kindly created a video showing how to load the math extensions on windows

    Notes on the windows installers

    We've moved to providing MSI based installers, instead of the previous .exe ones. These new installers include both SQLite and SQLCipher (for optional encryption):

    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta3-win32.msi
    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta3-win64.msi

    Additionally, there's now a .zip version of each. That's useful for people needing to run DB Browser for SQLite without installing it first.

    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta3-win32.zip
    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta3-win64.zip

    If you're not sure which one to get, try the .msi version first. :)

    SHA256SUMS

    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta3.dmg
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    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta3-win32.msi
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      • eb7c05be05c4080262632d7f41b4998e3458d2467d6802080074e5724720a10f
    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta3-win64.zip
      • 8d762e02536516c6a82851c09911bc4fbc38b1000a397a20b530676834692f98
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta3-win32.msi(11.81 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta3-win32.zip(13.03 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta3-win64.msi(14.94 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta3-win64.zip(16.96 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta3.dmg(16.11 MB)
  • v3.11.0-beta2(Dec 12, 2018)

    This beta2 release has several improvements over the previous pre-releases for the 3.11.0 series.

    • All Windows installers include both the SQLite and SQLCipher executables.
      • The SQLite build has the most recent version of SQLite (3.26.0), but has no encryption.
      • The SQLCipher build has encryption, but provides a slightly older version of SQLite.
      • Run whichever one meets your needs, based up whether you need encryption or not. :smile:
    • Both the Windows (64-bit) and macOS builds now use Qt 5.12.0.
    • Several bug fixes. :smile:
    • Some updated language translation files.

    Notes on the windows installers

    We've moved to providing MSI based installers, instead of the previous .exe ones. These new installers include both SQLite and SQLCipher (for optional encryption):

    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta2-win32.msi
    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta2-win64.msi

    Additionally, there's now a .zip version of each. That's useful for people needing to run DB Browser for SQLite without installing it first.

    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta2-win32.zip
    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta2-win64.zip

    If you're not sure which one to get, try the .msi version first. :)

    SHA256SUMS

    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta2.dmg
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    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta2-win32.msi
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    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta2-win32.zip
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      • fed5ffe33dd718ad46022313b82ff47ab593be0e73cab628b4f3b2fb4acc9182
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta2-win32.msi(12.01 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta2-win32.zip(13.03 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta2-win64.msi(15.14 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta2-win64.zip(16.96 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta2.dmg(16.11 MB)
  • v3.11.0-beta1(Nov 27, 2018)

    This beta1 release has several improvements over the previous (alpha1) release for the 3.11.0 series.

    • Several bug fixes :smile:
    • Both the Windows and macOS installers are now based on Qt 5.11.2, and use the latest release of SQLCipher (3.4.2)
    • Updated language translation files
    • The standard Qt buttons should now be displayed translated, for most languages
    • Both Win32 and Win64 installers have a .zip download version as well, which can just be unzipped and run directly without needing Admin permissions to install

    SHA256SUMS

    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta1.dmg
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    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta1-win32.msi
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    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta1-win32.zip
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    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta1-win64.msi
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    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta1-win64.zip
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    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta1-win32.msi(10.28 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta1-win32.zip(10.92 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta1-win64.msi(13.12 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta1-win64.zip(14.54 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.11.0-beta1.dmg(15.89 MB)
  • v3.11.0-alpha1(Oct 10, 2018)

    Highlights

    • DBHub.io improvements
    • CSV import: speed, memory usage, usability, type detection and new default rules
    • Attach databases
    • Menu options for filtering
    • JSON and XML editors
    • Improvements to the plot UI
    • Better copy & paste support
    • Dark theme support
    • Multi-threaded loading of data
    • Default quotes changed to double quotes
    • Add Record dialog
    • Printing support

    Notes

    • On windows, our new .msi installers don't uninstall the previous releases of DB4S. You'll need to manually uninstall older versions of DB4S yourself first before upgrading.
    • Our project file format has changed. Older format files are loaded fine, but all saving of project files is done using the new project file format.
    • This alpha1 release has some known outstanding things we intend to address in subsequent alpha or betas:
      • We still need to update the included SQLCipher version, as the version in this alpha1 release is pretty old. That should be done by the next alpha or beta. (@justinclift)
      • The Qt version for Win64 and macOS builds needing updating to the latest release, as this should improve our screen reader and accessibility support (#1451)

    Enhancements

    • Add menu option for attaching database and allow usage of attached databases throughout the entire UI (532fcd3f6b713e89f7739f25de09c353c61bbe99, 44eb2d4f9922fd1a854d959602c6a2455eab0dc5, fbaf78ea65bc8354d053192c90dece17ce7c8b5b, 315019dd9ce028331caa1d6f8863829a8ce25e9d, 1a3e3d3c40112d4dd92a6427eb84ad7fdbd4aa92, ea1659e1d09c6d1e3452d3dd76986ac901d637dd, a5ca75655c42c45c35a3f41611942328237cd39f, 7db96cdf13ff9131b87a71ebb48517080869b061, 72d64edbe0f3eff0e3557bdccedf75c3276bc5b8, f01ad409ff294cf5dea1cf035f589c1b0509b76f, 3e0242025628ffecb554f0508f1c35de1aa42c2c, #1131, #1132, #1133)
    • Make import of multiple CSV files easier to use (#1121)
    • Optimise the Import CSV dialog for better usability (#1072)
    • Improve speed of preview table for large fields in the Import CSV dialog (#720)
    • Speed up CSV import a lot and reduce its memory usage (643251780557ffccf84a3a672a4d88e941313f97, b7a00d301a2a469ba4a4b430e7b3f1b13fdc2842, 6ed8080fdb19e4b6cfadbb67d336bc6ce828d74c, 0eb1f6579815ee1148323ce928d24eab9f0f8002, 659f38ebefc8f1d245b30fe279d318c26c2b84a2, ed9fda28ea6b54bf86bf78ceaaae3256f3dec3e5)
    • All sorts of improvements for tracking dbhub.io databases and pushing them back to the cloud (8a540a27457e4ce44be5cd6b695537e5ba1da433, fef884a4e1e88e4899d3a49169ba2bbb77d3bd5c, f18064f0aecb306cde860bde79b10cdfaf6550d2, b2ddcdd470e16134d978d9afb5d00231b2caa079, f926a67dba4d8277041fcb74f27674c83c804752, 8c0e4bfdaaef17d93c888d3f97e5e9383fcd7bd5, c692ae0de52e281cbc3115fece930578f10051a0, 64b33413fbd289cceb2837b700bca621326ac615, d73859736dc741ab72f2bbc4a0f6fae2b2e57b38, 24ee209befa24d0ac6c1499f3f327c252a545cea, a1855d8f7525a1afa91a70256e6c892557dbb198, eff92c2818138bcac3e507ba81081c544b735962, #1136)
    • Move button for saving Execute SQL results to the toolbar (#1122)
    • Rearrange display format list for better usability (31e499d9fa282fc67138647668a24e3b18df09a8)
    • Add menu option to hide selected columns (and unhide them) in the Browse Data view (#1135, d4e228d4b588721029e875fe288828b7880144fe)
    • Add automatic type detection to the CSV import (#1003, #1382)
    • Improve splitters in Execute SQL tab (#380)
    • New menu options for using a value as a filter in the Browse Data tab, and support all filter operators for strings (#1182, #1463)
    • Allow renaming SQL tabs by double clicking their title (#1186)
    • Add support for filtering for empty strings in the Browse Data tab (#1189)
    • Add a new menu option for also copying the headers to the clipboard (#1058)
    • Add a search bar (Ctrl+F) to Execute SQL editors (#191)
    • Add a find and replace dialog (Ctrl+H) to all SQL editors (#191)
    • It's now possible to select points in a plot and the corresponding rows in the table will be selected (e8e5671588ce378fdde9607346060474b84144f7)
    • Show number of records to delete in the Delete Record button caption (5fbf5ca1b28373323591f05a339f18b58e9c283c)
    • Add new display formats (46ec0197193ad127103f7d8408895e7c4f76fc67, #1213, #1467)
    • Add special editor for JSON data in the Edit Cell dialog (#1173)
    • Add special editor for XML data in the Edit Cell dialog (#1253)
    • Use HTML when copying table data to the clipboard. This way less data is lost when pasting to spreadsheet applications (e60e9ffc758f26aa7d9833552bb5d3e1d3d566b3)
    • Some improvements to the plot UI including zooming, dragging and copying the plot to the clipboard (ade562769a06e4f010f15e88ddba2946747f6528, #1245, cef1e9020be975ad675d02f542b77747d778f8d0, #950, #1258, e34d36085df827999935ab0c94cf44ef2bd08736, #838, #1271, b2fbf450121a395fc83c8a331c5742f446adfa6e, #1310, c4109e6a10058c228940688d1fee38da0bab4c7b)
    • Some minor improvements to the Execute SQL UI (87e1b9bc7c51b86fca2c3192929500fd457022eb, 6d44c6d412d39e9c84e0d4d3cc543bdb17fb26fb)
    • Allow pasting a value into multiple cells at once (0d7ca9b5bec0c83b88787fc333f3b61652dcacaf)
    • Allow changing the font of the result view in the Execute SQL tab (#1240)
    • Add a new button to the Browse Data tab to create a view from the current settings (#1246)
    • Add two new toolbar for Extra actions and for Project actions and add some more icons to the existing toolbars and menus (#331)
    • Allow configuration of BLOB text and style for the Browse Data tab (#1263)
    • Add a new dialog for managing database file extensions (#659)
    • Add possibility to drag and drop fields from the DB Schema dock to the SQL text editors (#119, #1250)
    • Add a Delete Record(s) option to the context menu of the table rows in the Browse Data tab(#1283)
    • Add a new --read-only command line option (#1265)
    • Allow duplicating multiple records at once (#1090)
    • Auto complete SQL keywords in upper case and add an option for it in the Preferences dialog (#1238, #1287)
    • Respect the ORDER BY clause when plotting a table view (#821, #838)
    • Also auto complete column names when they are not preceded by their table name (#1242)
    • Add bar charts to the plot dock (#1302)
    • Allow adding a legend to the plot (#1302)
    • Add "What's This" popups in some more places (52ae85dd28ac8a21e5db67db02e551e059917821, 2c9cf75419feea889d2a86f0b7549d8acacab0c2)
    • Avoid any hard coded colours and query system colours wherever possible. In practice this adds support for dark themes (#1324)
    • Add new option for setting the line wrap in editors (#1173)
    • When clicking the Report Bug menu item some system information are included automatically (#1386)
    • When an entire row is selected and you press the Delete key, the row is now deleted (#1391)
    • Change the rules for the CSV import and add a couple of options to override them (#1395)
    • Add a new menu item to export the current table view with all its settings to a CSV file (#1402)
    • Add support for deleting rows from views with editing unlocked (#141)
    • Add menu option to copy selection in table view as SQL statements (#1422)
    • Move loading of table records into a separate thread for better UI responsiveness (#1394)
    • Change the quotes for SQL identifiers from grave to double quotes and add an option to the Preferences dialog for it (#1436)
    • Change Open Database toolbar action to open a popup menu with an extra option to open a database in read-only mode (#1432)
    • Comments containing filename, line number and results of the executed statements are added to the "User" part of the SQL log dock (#1448)
    • Look for a dotenv file with a stored password when trying to open an encrypted database (#1404)
    • Make the Unlock View Editing dialog easier to use (241372e6eb33e6522e9a4a7dd4869df2fff066e3)
    • Add support for creating and editing in-memory databases (#335, #1492)
    • Menu restructured, Tools menu added (#1434)
    • Add case_sensitive_like pragma to the Edit Pragmas tab and save it to the project file (#1494, c9d651c7b2cc0cba548ef71b3feef8bfd34322e6)
    • When adding an empty row fails open a new Add Record dialog instead in the Browse Data tab. Also make the new dialog available by a new button (#530, #1477)
    • Store the values of all pragmas which aren't stored in the database in the project files (#1518)
    • Add schema names to the auto completion list of names and allow completion of schema.table.field (#1433)
    • Some new configuration options for the drag and drop of item names from the DB Schema dock (#1433, #1534)
    • Preselect file format filter depending on the current data type when exporting cell contents to a file (#1535)
    • Allow saving the hex editor contents when exporting binary cell contents to a file and allow copying the same data to the clipboard (#1438, #1485)
    • Add printing support to text and hex editors, plots, Database Structure tab, Browse Data tab and Execute SQL tabs (#1525)
    • Add some new menu items for optimising and checking the integrity of the database (#1435)
    • Save attached databases in the project file (#1532)
    • Add basic support for window functions (7e23214e61829485993ce1910ec95233de21dcaa, 517743ff3fa65ae3447c6520f16f1cf613b0053d)
    • Add an optional auto completion popup to the Browse Data tab which shows up when editing a cell (e1101ae6905130dd4d7becf323303a4ae804d99f, 04f27ccf4ba301b9d092fcd33341968d54283c5d, 88d1cbc29df359f1f7987d97b649923b7a762d57, b4b933c158ca59cd0d6d9e529f4e58b9304712da)
    • Some polishing of the main window UI (#420, f42b614084d75c3669983af561a4fe9c5f2cf13a)
    • Automatically preselect correct editor depending on the detected data type in the Edit Cell dialog (#1537)

    Bug fixes

    • Avoid extra spaces when formatting SQL statements (18bcbf138f3f351e21eaf2db108f89e558943c45)
    • Fix dbhub.io bugs (4dc52865962414b2754c5a6db6ad68c0958f0eb0)
    • Fix detection of image data in Edit Cell dialog (#1138, #1159)
    • Fix Vacuum dialog (c616b3947806411cd1e7d20ca936b5f1dfae35bd)
    • Allow selecting text in Edit Cell dialog even if database is read only (#1123, #1461)
    • Clear filters in Browse Data tab when table structure changes (#1020)
    • Add support for parsing multiple foreign keys in column constraints (677d36074afe7add7b54984a93fba97b8349f061)
    • Fix memory leaks (28446a4f0cba71122e37788e46171c2fd3fab448)
    • Fix input of custom data types in Edit Table dialog so it doesn't require you to hit Enter (#1147)
    • Don't query foreign key pragma all the time in Edit Table dialog (#1130)
    • Avoid unnecessary queries in Browse Data tab (#1108, #1187)
    • Support UTF16 strings in the default collation in DB4S (#1172)
    • Never override the built-in collations (#1172)
    • Fix problems when opening a database by drag and drop (9cff69f534d614b9643c7e871ca07d1bca8de5fb, #1236)
    • Fix crash when trying to edit the display format of a view column (9fd4ebe0e0ba6bc48509d4d8b9a27205c60d81a1)
    • Better error and changes detection in Execute SQL tab (#1181, #1185)
    • Fix parsing of SQL statements on systems with some locales like Turkish (#1194)
    • Fix some high DPI issues (#1184)
    • Improve BLOB detection in Browse Data tab (9b309402db3e9ecfb27207b2c4c0689310372a2b)
    • Fix changing table name to a name that only differs in case (#1200)
    • Fix progress dialog of CSV import for very large files (#1212)
    • Select current display format when opening the Custom Display Format dialog (#1202)
    • Only display the horizontal scrollbar in the SQL editor when it's necessary (d8aeae1a6ff0f4d721b4a806b01a9e77ae3f27f1)
    • Show keyboard shortcuts in some places where they were missing (9ce4b232ba17493d9064c0a3dd963f26d5405215)
    • Fix restoring previous settings in the Export SQL dialog (ccb1fd4ca86cbcd367379356948e23c1047921f0)
    • Never use quotes when copying data from the table view to the text clipboard (#1244)
    • Fix crash when clicking Save SQL file button when no SQL tab is opened (#1248)
    • Fix pasting table data from spreadsheet applications which put an extra line break at the end of the text (#1244)
    • Fix pasting when actually no data is in the clipboard (9db70e07503ffe3ff021087a70b6c32c9bc68c24)
    • Copying and pasting between different tables and copying binary data in the Browse Data tab is now always lossless (47b07490de85b1d354a92a468ccadcb2cea0dffe, #1257)
    • Fix copying binary data (316860a7091bfe0f7de43e78cf6c03b0f9d7387d)
    • Don't ignore possible error messages when duplicating a record (#1255)
    • Don't truncate data at 32768 characters when editing it in directly in the table widget (#1281)
    • Fix binary data detection in table views (#1279, 27c657902e354b11fb5778cc09518a95d37d3698, c9c848e99555f816aa183e7dad426e3151e0f51d, feda408161ae98fee69bfd46a91c607bbc40921d)
    • Allow unsetting the encoding of a table (#1279)
    • Fix drag and drop of tables from the Schema tab (117af5aeeb146860f080584c82876f71ac227ff1)
    • Fix style of web links in UI (#1286)
    • Fix execution of some SQL statements with comments and/or line breaks in them (#1270, #1334)
    • Add support for tables with ON CONFLICT clauses for their primary key (743e7985c2dc5b6c65ac0ff46abba33a443f26ba)
    • Fix crash when pressing Tab at the last cell of a view (#1289)
    • Fix crash when trying to add an index to a database without any tables (#1293)
    • Fix problems after drag & drop of tables onto the structure view (#1288)
    • Copy original statement when clicking the Copy Create Statement menu option (#1300)
    • Fix updating and deleting from tables without rowid if the primary key value contains a "'" character (#1332)
    • Don't show "Show Rowid" menu option for tables without rowid (#1332)
    • Our project file format is now text only. This helps if you want to edit it in a text editor (#1306)
    • Don't commit the current transaction when trying to change the defer_foreign_keys PRAGMA (aebfc5151ec1c2e0cb2c5a01a81a4e53f682f7c7)
    • Fix error messages when importing SQL files (431c67138ba22445f42a6d95a638fd90284a442b)
    • Show icons in Export SQL dialog (28baba8ec88beb54bb7ff642dc1ad0c95e7c9486)
    • Only allow exporting tables in Export SQL dialog (b384027378aa7d72ad420568543080cd6e15ea1e)
    • Tweak order of statements in exported SQL file for less import problems (b6c05609dc496e1aedd8f9a9c98cf667bdab1a08)
    • Fix text of toolbar actions for deleting and modifying objects other than tables (13d9f98aabeb66d6d466f301a139ec2b975482bf)
    • Remember "primary key" of a view unlocked for editing when changing to another object and back (ea25618f22db324e10b6dac90d01b8ca947fe103)
    • Only allow powers of two for page size in Cipher Settings dialog and Edit Pragma tab (#1405, 8a07f0e6556dd9e0b1e369a897db7a05f33085a8)
    • Make sure the insert and delete record buttons are only enabled if they can be used (115d1f185a28bf0858ec1799a1c53cd4ee1aa4fb)
    • Suggest correct file extensions when export content of a cell to a file (885f4f7847a46d85f45501ff67bde089830e81f6)
    • Make sure to reset results view even when a query didn't return any rows (#1437)
    • Auto suggest encodings in Select Encoding dialog (588363b7f6fe70a32986e5d48781980eb6876d5b)
    • Fix parsing of some complex SQL expressions in CREATE statements and fix parsing of CHECK constraints (#1454, c150d1a7664eb02c669e609ee0b01d9c93ad3336)
    • Fix multiple SQL statements in Execute SQL tab being split up at the wrong position (#1470)
    • Don't allow editing the SQL preview in the Create Index dialog (7a9f310778b9be6cc0b7d503df73ca461fa95083)
    • When jumping to a row referenced to by a foreign key by using Ctrl+Shift+Click, perform an exact search instead of a LIKE search (d50a27ab6e47002cbf09d45529e7c21ea390a7c5)
    • Fix crash when browsing a table, then deleting it in another tab and then switching back to the Browse Data tab (2701223aac892d167ff4726b6c71e35d5cf77c43)
    • Fix string quotes in Custom Display Format dialog (b6f47f91de284f715493bd41e1ec130e6878d800)
    • Prevent possible data loss when editing table with foreign keys enabled and ON DELETE CASCADE references (#1481)
    • Fix view when loading a project file while being in the Edit Pragma tab (a23c0a0852ba0b59d3c9fea5f40add845a1307d8)
    • Avoid confusion about the SQLCipher version in the About dialog (#1474)
    • Don't remove a record from the table view temporarily when deleting it has failed (#1511)
    • Show better error messages when importing SQL files (#1519)
    • Defer foreign keys when importing SQL files to avoid import issues for some files (#1519)
    • Fix editing of auto_vacuum pragma via the UI (#1518)
    • Fix initial loading of databases which depend on extension functions to be present (f3e6aec57d4b7c1c7fbad54be75902db13e5bfcd)
    • Fix cursor after SQL import finished (#1526)
    • Fix completion of quoted identifiers in SQL editor (#1433)
    • Fix positioning of cursor in Execute SQL tab when there is an error near a multi-byte character (99c53a436e82ead40504189c9cac3e141d4b718a)
    • Fix some possible crashes when loading an invalid project file (717ff075b52b64603338e0629710bac3e55c41d6)
    • Fix auto completion of keyword ROWID (78ae2c3e0938fc9b2841a45754c4f4ded0dc642b)
    • Better error messages when editing the definition of a table fails (#1547)
    • Fix auto completion not working in some cases until you refresh the database (#1549)
    • Avoid unnecessary queries in the Browse Data tab in some cases (c78c03bf0b040b58977ba1ebbd284ea69531b939)
    • Fix inserting, deleting and editing of rows in WITHOUT ROWID tables with a primary key of TEXT type (#1559)

    Platform specific

    Windows

    • Use MSI installers (#1400)
    • Make sure the image plugins are loaded properly (#1188, 9016bf6dc741143834c29ac8febd3ef4c4f43b7f)
    • Also install license files (12ee94cee9880ea5f1ce938baec147b999027296)
    • Add version info to Windows executables (#1387)
    • Fix line breaks in SQL export (#1502)

    macOS

    • Work around a Qt bug which causes high pings for Wifi connections (#1209)
    • Add a workaround to improve rendering performance on 4k/5k resolutions (#1233)
    • Add .sqlite, .db3 and .sqlite3 to the list of file associations (28f6c6e6c1777949acf5bc455707ecdfa43ad298, 3008747ada0293d682fa1a9e04852013b8d19ff2)
    • Fix shortcut name for following a foreign key (#1539)

    Linux

    • Make install paths configurable for qmake build (#1443)

    Gnome

    • Fix problem with switching the workspace on Gnome (#934)

    Translations

    • Fix call tips in SQL editor for languages with non-Latin scripts (#1107, #1206)
    • Never translate the name of the pragmas in the Edit Pragma tab (9a30e6cbb0b60ad7b98e5bbcc49f9f4a404ab30b)
    • Spanish translation updated (#1190, 2b6f0d73781bf34f1e44eed3b7a0f7c985eea1a3, aa82b52d5cdcb8511c7eb80112732e5d5f2a32d8, 636136a775f9480ec49e1cec3cae583aecde2e2e)
    • German translation updated (09e170f75dff94761918767c644d2a16c7b4f0e5)
    • Korean translation updated (8c85ff9157bfb154772eae46ec30787f2fff2c65)
    • Polish translation added (#1456)
    • French translation updated (b7dbfc84c949f685d6e0478d33f8aeb040028697)

    Packaging and Building

    • Fix code to work with Qt 5.10 and later (e6a4326e9bc1d48d027278171e8ab335c1f91e82, 189b750a009b71bc7de021647309d0b0d8c40232, 39302f5b6061cf687a81984406e20070d60b4563, 72506fb90211f4a9034b29975190a254ceb396eb, #1475)
    • Update the bundled qcustomplot librar to version 2.0.0
    • Silence some cmake warnings (#635, #1143)
    • Show the build date of the nightly builds in the About dialog (0bc430bfad1c9517d0dde0095cc91bbc821f15c6)
    • Restored Qt 5.2 compatibility (#1298)

    SHA256SUMS

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  • v3.10.1(Sep 20, 2017)

    This is a minor bug fix release for most people, but does address one fairly important problem with the Windows installer for the previous (3.10.0) release.

    That previous release included updated MSVC redistributables which rebooted some people's computers at the end of the install, without warning or even prompting to save files. 😦

    Thanks to a fix by @Mischanix, the installer now instructs the included MSVC redistributes not to reboot when it finishes. Problem solved. :smile:

    Bug fixes

    General

    • cipher: Fix passphrases containing single quotes - #1105 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • cipher: Change tab order in encryption dialog - 9afb0fcd5cd027999a9dde74e94c4e79ae4153fa (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix typo in Russian translation - #1107 (thanks to @Vort)
    • Pass /norestart to vcredist installer - #1114 (thanks to @Mischanix)
    • Fix index updating when removing an indexed column from a table - #1115 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Don't automatically commit all changes when editing a table column - #1116 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Make text selectable in Edit dock even if db is opened as read only - #1123 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add '<>NULL' filter - #1124 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix custom type saving when only focus changes for user-entered type - #1147 (thanks to @techee)

    DBHub.io related

    • dbhub: Tweak certificate UI in the preferences dialog - #1087 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • dbhub: Fix progress dialog for very large files - #1095 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • dbhub: Remove closing "." from the progress dialog - #1095 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • dbhub: Ask user what to do when trying to open an updated database - #1096 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • dbhub: Enforce name and commit message length limits in push dialog - #1097 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • dbhub: Add tooltip to cog tool button - #1111 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • dbhub: Redownload database if local copy has been deleted - #1111 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • dbhub: Fix wrong file size being shown for very large files - #1113 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • dbhub: Support pushing to different branches than "master" - 5025e4de758a48e98af4b5bf0bf25a0048ca25f6 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • dbhub: Improve file size format - fe7707da461fa5b11b0f98c9bd8b19fcae35c522 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • dbhub: Optimise code - 876d938ec2d5ed4074360f5a03ba3c3b6f150c02 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • dbhub: Fix branch list in push dialog - 80215230bb32bac5d8c5154e1b6d642136c88cd2 (thanks to @MKleusberg)

    SHA256SUMS

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    Source code(tar.gz)
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  • v3.10.0(Aug 19, 2017)

    This is probably our biggest release yet :)

    Lots of features were added and many bugs have been fixed. :smile:

    We also did a lot of internal refactoring to lay the foundations for future improvements.

    We hope you're as excited about this as we are! :wink:

    New team members

    • Welcome to our new team members @karim and @iKlsR, who both became official members of the sqlitebrowser team over the past few months.
      • Thanks guys, your efforts are very much appreciated. 😁

    Highlights

    • DBHub.io integration
      • Uploading and downloading of databases works
      • Branching, forking, starring works, as does creating tags and releases
      • There's a 100MB per database limit at the moment though, as it's still in development :wink:
      • Backups aren't done on it (yet), so don't use it as your only place for storing important things (!!!)
      • The front page is... not great. We're working on it. 👼
      • Still lots of upcoming stuff needing to be done. An API to query your databases, a cli, merging, discussions/issues
      • Please report bugs, ideas, suggestions (etc) on the dbhub.io repo issue tracker as you find them.
    • Many plot improvements (NULL values, progress dialog, remember settings, better colours, and bug fixes)
    • Better table editing (foreign key editor, toggling the WITHOUT ROWID flag, temporary tables, ...)
    • Better Import CSV dialog. It can now handle multiple CSV files at once
    • Improved Index dialog and better index handling in general
    • Better handling of virtual tables
    • Filter improvements (ranges, NULL search)
    • The usual improvements to the grammar parser

    Enhancements

    • Better error reporting when saving the database failed. This also improves working with deferred foreign keys - #770 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Make the 'reload' shortcut dependent on the currently active tab - #759, ab5f6cffa702c26bc324e2b951818cbfb14dc462 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Initial dbhub.io integration (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Allow plotting of column when there is a NULL value in it - #822 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • When fetching all table data for plotting show a progress dialog - #499 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Remember plot settings for each table and save them in the project files - #819 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Improve copying & pasting cells, especially with NULL values - #825 (thanks to @innermous)
    • Keep the user_version when encrypting an existing database - #846 (thanks to @bssthu)
    • Use platform-specific default line-endings in Export CSV dialog - #842 (thanks to @innermous)
    • Add support for row values to the grammar parser - e9894b47fac79b970f3e29ca7062bfd84778442e (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add a new display format for converting to Apple NSDates - #890 (thanks to @shanecb)
    • Make SQL status pane resizable in Execute SQL tab - #906 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add keyboard shortcut for browse table combo box - #908 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Show more items in tables combobox in Browse Data tab - #867 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Don't generate plot colours randomly - #816 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Show a message box when editing a table column fails - 63ba2c5059f20488666483c398149f61273b30ac (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Allow setting and unsetting the WITHOUT ROWID flag for existing tables - #51 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add very, very basic support for virtual tables to the grammar parser - #917 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Support named foreign key constraints in the column definition - #741 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Support named primary keys in column constraints - #741 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Replace ASCII art in pagination controls in Browse Data tab by icons - 35725b05e14bc75853d8902656e35dd8d83274aa (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Enhanced UI for creating and editing foreign keys - #921 (thanks to @innermous)
    • Allow opening databases in read only mode - #325 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Better error handling when opening a database fails - 1a6c34951b9960efe27b0aab599673f3391642fa (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Allow setting the temporary table flag in Edit Table dialog - 6cc850c167135cfad64f6e7bb1862c6b04b0ae15 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add live SQL preview to the Create Index dialog - 1bd1009588b53dc7dd026e214f47f7d95f6e7041 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Allow editing existing indices - c9ceb5da591c63f6eb65e2af637e6b42082f009b (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • When renaming a table column try to fix all indices referencing the column - dc934a7ec781ea95b30ebdd2d9b850a9b3028635 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Show better error message when recreating objects after renaming column fails - 0f0b18d427e707ef42322247c08e7bcd43abe4ad (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add index columns to database structure tree - 901e087c985095d353ad6e916c09cae9b92cb030 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add new range operator to the filters - #939 (thanks to @schdub)
    • Pretty-print CREATE statements in SQL export - #629 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add support for filtering for NULL values - #588 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Save some space in the Database Structure tab - #620 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add keyboard shortcuts for switching the currently browsed table - #536 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Allow changing case of column name in Edit Table dialog - #985 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Slightly reduce row height in data browser to fit more rows into the window - #419 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Implement page-wise scrolling using the buttons in Browse Data tab - #232 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add new option for adding DROP statements to exported SQL files, add 'IF NOT EXISTS' to CREATE statements - #629 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add an option to enable editing of views if there are triggers present for this - #141 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Completely new design of the Create/Edit Index dialog - 58996f134501f25bdd2072e1f6f6e2d49a8faa38 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add support for setting the partial index clause to the Edit Index dialog - e61d7d9fa75fb8cb9f84c83771cbcdf66b125000 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add proper support for multi-column indices to the Edit Index dialog - 6321d14dd60fa2112571e3bab35ea05fef43a881 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add support for expression columns to the Edit Index dialog - 8cc3154c72442160f57e6e5eb400b05bdb8cd3a9 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Allow importing multiple CSV files at once - #1018 (thanks to @iKlsR)
    • Allow matching similar csv files for batch import - #1018 (thanks to @iKlsR)
    • Add context menu to table views - 2421fef2191da8dec87b4f7d25b1c56ed657aa06, 803a1fa5cb50c8f56d0c7135375d61d39d7f41ab (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Keep SQL tabs opened after closing the database - #1035 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Allow opening and saving SQL files without database opened - 3c40a12103c6ad19132c8ce69a574989a40c0e59 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • When importing CSV data into existing tables, don't insert empty strings into numeric fields - #195 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Allow setting PRAGMAs from the Execute SQL tab - #1021, #980, #966 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add a -v/--version command line switch to display the version number - #1065 (thanks to @FriedrichFroebel)

    Bug fixes

    • Fix uninitialised memory warnings - #793 (thanks to @revolter)
    • Fix scrolling on MacOS X - #750, #810 (thanks to @revolter)
    • Fix memory leaks - 7b86b17788cadb7ec08a7bed39aa214dcc42b526 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Row paging values not cleared from Browse Data table after closing database - #809 (thanks to @revolter)
    • Fix multiple commented out lines not being ignored in Execute SQL tab - #811 (thanks to @revolter)
    • Fix HTML escaping of Execute SQL results - #823 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix altering tables with multiple indices - #771 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix renaming of table columns when there are foreign keys constraints (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix fetch all data button for plots based on query data - #820 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add row number as possible column to select for plotting - #820 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix hanging when deleting large number of records - #856, #870 (thanks to @prutz1311)
    • Improve handling of SQLite savepoints - #878, #836 (thanks to @prutz1311)
    • Fix link to SQLite documentation in the user version pragma label - #897 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Apply changed font settings to edit dock without restart - #894 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix bugged pagination - #912 (thanks to @innermous)
    • Fix 'modifying table not supported' message - 99a5d02925ea9743560f8072109365fedbafefd5 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Parse columns with explicit NULL (un-)constraint correctly - #741 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Clear edit dock after closing database - #469 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix editing table name and table columns at once - 11ca36ef9dc2d13b00585d91c6567303e5ee6a15 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix grammar parsing for tables and columns named 'no' - 396589d3d451154f8074803a310a900a55791616, ec9e05ee7f88c38e68c00fcd533c9cf3122f14f1 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix grammar parsing for unquoted use of keywords as DEFAULT values in constraints - #877 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix grammar parsing for exotic column data types - 64fdd78105574838f03fb99c6df6934bd9cd9703 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Don't convert temporary tables into permanent ones when editing them - cd2f14e2dca3bde24a2a2a0228b5fc1dc4c5f709 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Allow table names consisting only of spaces in Edit Table dialog - 5858ea448d8e4e2816773deebfb8a67a122ecd72 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Make virtual tables browseable - #917 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Save foreign keys settings in the project files - #848 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add support for encryption using the raw key format - #264 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Don't show foreign key tooltip within Execute SQL tab - #942 (thanks to @innermous)
    • Make sure to register the regexp function when creating a new database - 8da626250d59c375c578b6fe0d0fc77ad9b1e45e (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Improve error handling in execution of SQL commands - #955, #957 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix execution of problematic SQL scripts leading to empty commands - 934dd396f4ee6f6cac2fc5a464b76c0d5fbbbabb (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix 'not an error' errors in the Execute SQL tab - #478 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Never set integer primary key fields to empty string - #859 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add support for parsing collations in column definitions - #411 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Always add absolute path to the recent files menu - #965 (thanks to @dridk)
    • Fix plotting with datetimes switching to DST on X axis - #738 (thanks to @prutz1311)
    • Fix setting font for statement success/error message in Execute SQL tab - f67817ee680671b6a365eab1b01d627395d6c4f5 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix window title of Export JSON dialog - ace89f124d143fb7e594f16b399a35df8059f436 (thanks to @justinclift)
    • Deactivate Export JSON menu item when no database is loaded - 8b2e93d547c98a84eb92fcbd351d8aabd351a65f (thanks to @justinclift)
    • Add support for signed default values to grammar parser - e72df17bc3fc2af04b158e45fe9238ab57aedf58 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add support for CHECK table constraints to grammar parser - 3596bf6c8d786e8daa369408547afee99aef2495 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Work around rowid column not being properly hidden when using some Qt versions - f7421a9d62a2b351fb3f53611db3567b583fadf9 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Show consistent slashes in recent files menu actions - #735 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Avoid executing some unnecessary SQL statements for better performance - #1007, 6984d451d6b249a11215472b5abeb5cba5c69ff3 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix default path in 'Save file as' dialog - e1fbc98ef2ef056c215fd55c8975f6a91bae10a4 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix unticking of plot columns when changing other columns or changing table - #950 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Improve plot performance - 4706dd7dd70bdd4071fbbdeb346d1de557936112 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Avoid warning being printed to console when creating a new database - #583 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix wrong message box texts when setting the table encoding - e404b22205fb1e79cab16dd62b3a9d5ff10b3ebf (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Don't show 'Show rowid' menu item for views - 57c4e582c7e8ad2f67c76eceac661c7b2c29d202 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Also apply the current selection to the Edit Cell dock when using the keyboard to navigate in Execute SQL tab - #481 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Keep current sort order after refreshing in Browse Data tab - #1016 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix changing the page size pragma using the UI - #1021 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Don't include triggers and indices in SQL export if their base tables aren't exported, too - #1013 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Make SQL auto completion case insensitive - #1046 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Check for errors when reading or writing SQL files - #1036 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Enforce quote chars in CSV export for fields with line breaks - #1037 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix CSV import when line breaks appear at the buffer boundary - #1033 (thanks to @MKleusberg)

    Translations

    • Updated Simplified Chinese translation - #840, #843, #1085, #1091 (thanks to @bssthu)
    • Updated Spanish translation - #924, #1062 (thanks to @lulol)
    • Add Ukrainian translation - dd685afef16a1c756a6be907aec7355b864c68ee, db89568cbd6073ac09c5bb7873d84c9aa0da31e6, 0678f7627c20b2e391aacd5bdbac970f4e43a59b (thanks to @keedhost and @Genyk)
    • 80% of Czech translation is complete - #1050, #1070, #1071, #1078 (thanks to @MrJiggers)
    • Updated German translation - #1060, #1081 (thanks to @FriedrichFroebel)
    • Updated French translation - #1066 (thanks to @mvt91)
    • Portuguese translation - #1074 (thanks to @mafagafogigante)
    • Korean translation - #1083, #1086 (thanks to @progh2)

    Building

    • Switch to C++11 and Qt5 - #808 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Drop Qt4 support - #603 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Try using the system version of libscintilla2 - #832 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Update QHexEdit library to 0.8.3
    • Update QScintilla2 library to version 2.10
    • Update QCustomPlot library to version 2.0-beta
    • cmake: Add options to disable usage of distribution's libraries - #961 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • qmake: Add a 'make install' rule - #833 (thanks to @MKleusberg)

    Platform specific

    • OS X: Change the default SQL editor font size to 12pt - #818 (thanks to @justinclift)
    • Windows: Make sure the installer doesn't launch the application as Administrator - #338 (thanks to @justinclift)
    • Windows: Add Windows XP support again - #1011 (thanks to @karim)

    Other notes

    • The win32 download should also work for WinXP too, no separate XP download needed. :smile:
    • You can go to the Change Log for the detailed version of the changes listed here and to the Commit Log for the full list of changes.

    SHA256SUMS

    • DB Browser for SQLite-3.10.0-win32.exe
      • b5dade746d00c4835c752b4a07e7de9b0ec137a78b51eb879e8d53669dfc9c9b
    • DB Browser for SQLite-3.10.0-win64.exe
      • e68b8e22c042d193a4df3f652694bb0e959076ab05e5fdbde9305da467418e7f
    • DB Browser for SQLite-3.10.0.dmg
      • b7d5bdc92c4d5b4d1b69203033e75cc537daca00b95e39f737ed32eae728c6aa
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.10.0-win32.exe(13.19 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.10.0-win64.exe(15.39 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.10.0.dmg(14.15 MB)
  • v3.10.0-beta2(Aug 13, 2017)

    The second beta for our 3.10.0 release series!

    Highlights

    • Further updated translations
    • Much improved dbhub.io integration
      • Much easier to use list and upload databases
      • The database licence, public/private setting, and a commit message can be set in the upload dialog
      • Try to avoid uploading files over ~100MB in size for now though, as we're investigating a bug around larger sized DB4S :wink:
    • ... several other minor bug fixes

    Notes

    • All builds (both Windows and MacOS X) include SQLCipher for strong encryption.
    • The version of SQLCipher included is a bit old. We're waiting for the next official SQLCipher release so it can be included.

    Please report any/all bugs you find. :smile:

        https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser/issues/new

    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.10.0-beta2-win32.exe(13.18 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.10.0-beta2-win64.exe(15.37 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.10.0-beta2.dmg(14.14 MB)
  • v3.10.0-beta1(Jul 21, 2017)

    The first beta for our 3.10.0 release series!

    Highlights

    • Basic dbhub.io integration
    • Many plot improvements (NULL values, progress dialog, remember settings, better colours, and bug fixes)
    • Better table editing (foreign key editor, toggling the WITHOUT ROWID flag, temporary tables, ...)
    • Better Import CSV dialog. It can now handle multiple CSV files at once
    • Improved Index dialog and better index handling in general
    • Better handling of virtual tables
    • Filter improvements (ranges, NULL search)
    • The usual improvements to the grammar parser

    & many, many other enhancements + bug fixes

    Notes

    • All builds (both Windows and MacOS X) include SQLCipher for strong encryption.
    • The version of SQLCipher included is a bit old. Our next beta or Release Candidate will include the newest version.
    • The initial DBHub.io (remote dock) code still needs work, but should be ok to try in the next beta or Release Candidate.

    Please report any/all bugs you find. :smile:

        https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser/issues/new

    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.10.0-beta1-win32.exe(13.13 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.10.0-beta1-win64.exe(15.31 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.10.0-beta1.dmg(14.06 MB)
  • v3.9.1(Oct 2, 2016)

    *Update 2017-05-14* - Due to popular request, we've added a Windows XP compatible version. If you're using WinXP, you'll want "DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.9.1v2-winXP.exe".


    This is a small release that prepares the terrain for a new upcoming feature called DBHub 🎉 plus a few old bugs fixed and some others that were introduced by 3.9.0 🙈.

    Major features

    • DBHub.io was recently announced. 🎉

      Future releases of DB Browser for SQLite will optionally be able to save and retrieve your SQLite databases "in the cloud".

      2016-10-01 file menu options 1b

      • You can enable/disable this new submenu in Preferences.

      screen shot 2016-10-01 at 17 27 54

    Enhancements

    • Decreased lagging with long strings (further work still needed) - #761 (thanks to @innermous and @MKleusberg)

      screen shot 2016-10-01 at 17 27 46

    • Indicate when display strings are being truncated - #767 (thanks to @justinclift)

    • Focus the newly created field after clicking 'Add field' - 64ee665 (thanks to @Revolter)

    • Improved Execute current SQL line action - #780, 45affc9, 531eddb (thanks to @Revolter)

    Bug fixes

    • Fixed default font selected being incorrectly detected - b15c7f2, 49786e1 (thanks to @innermous and @justinclift)
    • Increased custom Page Size upper limit - e12e043 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fixed program not being able to uninstall from "Programs and Features" in Windows 7 - 90c094e (thanks to @justinclift)
    • Fixed executing current line action incorrectly logging the entire SQL - 55d8905 (thanks to @Revolter)
    • Added HTML entities escaping in output when executing SQL - b9dd11d (thanks to @innermous)
    • Fixed Indexes with spaces around their name not being able to be deleted - 8be2c54 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Removed quotes around content when a single cell is copied - 8c510ff (thanks to @Revolter)
    • Help button should not be present in Windows title bar - #796 (thanks to @schdub)

    Translations

    • Updated Russian translation - #795 (thanks to @schdub)
    • Updated Spanish translation - #794, #801 (thanks to @lulol)
    • Updated German translation - #798 (thanks to @FriedrichFroebel)
    • Updated Korean translation - #797 (thanks to @progh2)
    • Updated Brazilian Portuguese translation - #802 (thanks to @mafagafogigante)

    SHA256SUMS

    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.9.1-win32.exe
      • feb8d7bc6a04b84fb5198eafcb16b468b14990e8386a4361e2eb8ad16b7fc282
    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.9.1-win64.exe
      • b844f3528e94d481ecea158d7c18bdcd08ffcadcca17db72c5eb7d2f659656cc
    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.9.1v2.dmg
      • 52c92282e70e9d7f328329e12682d8ab7e06456071465f63196f769d98d6e6d7
    • SQLiteDatabaseBrowserPortable_3.9.1_English.paf.exe
      • e742214e0500534b608e6dc2b2ef6e63bae9039b6d8f4447715f711d66e66362
    • DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.9.1v2-winXP.exe
      • 998347b0980e16c5db557750a4b9ac08a9aff9c39d95b90596e7968adc689100
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.9.1-win32.exe(12.88 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.9.1-win64.exe(15.02 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.9.1v2-winXP.exe(12.99 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.9.1v2.dmg(13.67 MB)
    SQLiteDatabaseBrowserPortable_3.9.1_English.paf.exe(14.15 MB)
  • v3.9.0(Aug 24, 2016)

    It's been yet another half a year (more precisely, 8 months) since the previous version 3.8.0 was released, and a lot of good things happened. :smile:

    Major features

    • Strong encryption is now supported on Windows, using SQLCipher! - 5d98a19 (thanks to @huy-cong and @justinclift for figuring this out)
    • Keyboard navigation in the "Browse Data" tab now works well
    • Our releases are now digitally signed on both Windows and MacOS

    Enhancements

    • Add Fedora install instructions - #467, #470 (thanks to @subdriven)
    • Add Windows DATE display format - #471 (thanks to @MyRoGeertGit)
    • Remove ampersands from windows title - d9d2f96 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Feature request: Option to turn off "intellisense"-like suggestions - #537 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add select and deselect all options for Export SQL dialog - #549 (thanks to @wierzba3)
    • Add Homebrew Cask install instructions - #564, #566 (thanks to @timbroder)
    • Add decimal support to display format - #569 (thanks to @jungle-boogie)
    • Add Edit Database Cell update when selecting a cell from the Execute SQL tab - #570 (thanks to @larsimmisch)
    • Cannot view binary data on BLOB columns containing image - #580 (thanks to @justinclift)
    • Update Fedora install instructions - #586, #587 (thanks to @FreedomBen)
    • Add preference setting for exports line ending - #592, #597 (thanks to @justinclift)
    • Adjust executable/app name according to the project's name - #593 (thanks to @justinclift)
    • Add duplicate record option - #594 (thanks to @innermous)
    • Change default button to No in removal message dialogs - #618 (thanks to @innermous)
    • Add default field type preference setting - #652 (thanks to @revolter)
    • Add option to export only the data in an SQL export - c8f0203 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Remove buggy Edit Dialog and improved Edit Dock - #668, #679 (thanks to @justinclift)
    • Add Ubuntu install instructions on the website - #671 (thanks to @justinclift)
    • Add Rackspace logo on the website - 6fda155 (thanks to @justinclift)
    • Add binary data size to the Edit Dock - #699 (thanks to @revolter)
    • Update installer .dmg on Mac OS - #693 (thanks to @justinclift and @revolter)
    • Add Create Index button in the toolbar and fixed Create Index dialog sizing - #704 (thanks to @revolter)
    • Add backspace alongside delete key for cell empty, for laptops missing the delete key - #705 (thanks to @justinclift)
    • Optimize choosing displayed text for cell - 6b42af7f (thanks to @innermous)
    • Improve copy/pasting in ExtendedTableWidget - #709 (thanks to @innermous)
    • Feature request: We should sign our official releases - #711 (thanks to @justinclift)
    • Reimplement data handling in the Edit Cell widget - #713 #410 (thanks to @justinclift)

    Bug fixes

    • Fix building on CentOS - #572 (thanks to @Maxim-Mazurok)
    • Fix crash when browsing data in some cases - 730a272 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix font blur on retina displays in the SQL Log - #575 (thanks to @nickberry17)
    • Fix crash when trying to delete records from empty table - #590 (thanks to @innermous)
    • Fix database toolbar actions not updating after deleting a table - #600 (thanks to @revolter)
    • Fix cancel button not working in the Export SQL dialog - #608 (thanks to @justinclift)
    • Fix Field separator and Quote character preferences not restoring correctly - #609 (thanks to @justinclift)
    • Fix various small bugs with the quote and separator choices - #611 (thanks to @justinclift)
    • Fix primary keys not being quoted when creating/modifying tables - 7e0adab (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix crash in Browse Data tab when pasting empty string over non-empty cell - 1ce62d7 (thanks to @innermous)
    • Fix cell Edit Dialog not showing up centered - #644 (thanks to @DelphiGit)
    • Fix Show rowid column option not correctly refreshing the table view - #645 (thanks to @revolter)
    • Fix crash when hovering over any row from the rowid column - #646 (thanks to @revolter)
    • Fix for unquoted path vulnerability in the Windows app - #649 (thanks to @DelphiGit and @justinclift)
    • Fix incorrect app version in Finder's Info view - #658 (thanks to @revolter)
    • Fix crash when trying to Export table(s) as CSV in some cases - 2c1ab5b (thanks to @innermous)
    • Fix navigation keyboard shortcuts not working in Browse Data tab in some cases - 2bcc603 (thanks to @justinclift)
    • Fix DB Toolbar visibility preference setting not restored in some cases - #666 😈 (thanks to @innermous)
    • Fix Alt-Delete not setting the selected cell to NULL - #663 (thanks to @justinclift)
    • Fix transactions not being ignored when executing SQL - #656 (thanks to @revolter)
    • Fix elements focus order on Tab press - #676 (thanks to @chrisjlocke)
    • Fix Edit Dialog opening when pressing Enter - a7b5c3f (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix Filter Input row in RTL Locales - #685 (thanks to @SafaAlfulaij)
    • Fix Edit Dock default position - 30d2ce3 (thanks to @revolter)
    • Fix crash when closing unsaved database (or some other rare cases) - #690 (thanks to @revolter)
    • Fix font preference settings not being reflected in the Edit Dock - 7eb733b (thanks to @justinclift)
    • Fix Arabic translations not showing up correctly - #702 (thanks to @justinclift)
    • Fix cell binary data getting corrupted when trying to edit in place - #708 (thanks to @SafaAlfulaij)
    • Fix foreign key preview not showing up for foreign keys in the first column - #718 (thanks to @schdub)

    Translations

    • Add Korean translation - #475, #736 (thanks to @progh2)
    • Add Turkish translation - #546, #548 f33a988 (thanks to @firateski)
    • Add Spanish translation - #560, #723, #740 b1c853a (thanks to @lulol)
    • Update German translation - #567, #733 (thanks to @FriedrichFroebel)
    • Add Arabic translation - #642 (thanks to @0xbsec)
    • Update Arabic translation - #706, #716 efba2eb (thanks to @SafaAlfulaij)
    • Update Russian translation - #719 (thanks to @schdub)
    • Add Brazilian Portuguese translation - #730 (thanks to @mafagafogigante)
    • Update French translation - #727 (thanks to @mvt91)

    Other notes

    You can go to the Change Log for the detailed version of the changes listed here and to the Commit Log for the full list of changes.

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  • v3.9.0-beta1(Aug 13, 2016)

    Update 2016-08-16

    Added a new Qt5 based release for OSX (below). If you're using MacOS, please try that first. If it gives issues please let us know, then fall back to the other one (Qt4 based) until they're resolved. :)

    Original release text

    The first beta for our 3.9.0 release series!

    • All builds (both Windows and MacOS X) include SQLCipher for strong encryption.
    • 100% complete translations for Arabic, Spanish, and Russian languages
      • Program language can be manually changed in the Preferences dialog, if it's not auto-detecting on startup

    Please report any/all bugs you find. :)

    https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser/issues/new

    If nothing too terrible turns up, the "official" 3.9.0 release will probably be next weekend (~20th August).

    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.9.0-beta1-Qt5.dmg(13.10 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.9.0-beta1-win32.exe(13.01 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.9.0-beta1-win64.exe(15.15 MB)
    DB.Browser.for.SQLite-3.9.0-beta1.dmg(10.95 MB)
  • v3.8.0(Dec 26, 2015)

    It is over 6 months since the previous version 3.7.0 was released and a lot has happened since, all the details on which are below and as you can see there is a lot! On MacOS X, this is our first release using Qt5, and it's worth noting we updated the underlying SQLite to version 3.9.2 (on both platforms) this is so we can support the changes made for 3.9.x which impact database schema, see https://www.sqlite.org/releaselog/3_9_2.html for these changes.

    You will also notice a lot of "user experience" enhancements and fixes, so hopefully you will find this new release a pleasure to use. :smile: Happy Christmas!

    Enhancements

    • Add proper file extension filters to all file dialogs - 6b8f57d4844f46eed3ea4c22afb27944df13288e (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Improved error handling, e.g. more error messages with more detailed error descriptions - #362, #363, 1696ad19fc409e69e6c473d107e0b0af2ed1f009 (thanks to @schdub and @MKleusberg)
    • Allow changing table columns even when there is a foreign key constraint on the table - #362 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • When holding Ctrl and Shift while clicking on a cell with a foreign key set, the browser now jumps to the referenced record - #192 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add option for disabling the SQL error indicators in the Execute SQL area - #302 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add an option for setting the colours of fields with regular and binary data - #377 (thanks to @schdub)
    • Use the name of the imported file as default suggestion for a table name during CSV import - #376 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Save filter values, sort order and column widths for all tables when switching the current table or tab; also save the settings in the project file - 748f06df9399bad3cd1b6e41de635e689a352de4 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Show a small clear button inside each filter box - 944e22a80db08789b6f1b8d2be5b05a23a705cd5 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add basic support for different 'display formats', i.e. a conversion of the contents of a column into a different format for display purposes (e.g. converting a Unix epoch into an actual date) - 7c1d237d9b2ff508f24f36eaa26c191b772df7dd, 22e858d1f4f440df31ed6724e64e407ee2fb0913 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Remove deleted files from list of recently opened files - #379 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add a new option for horizontal tiling of the code and result view in the Execute SQL area - #380 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Move execution time of the SQL statement to the top of the result view in the Execute SQL area - #381 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add 'x rows affected' information to the result view of the Execute SQL area - 82292c221b3af1d7f90635008d0940595a007429 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add built-in UTF16 and UTF16CI collation - #391 (thanks to @sebastian-philipp)
    • Add Ctrl+R shortcut (besides F5) for the refresh table button - #388 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add option for setting the font and font size of the text in the table browser view - #383 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Support opening of read only database files - #402 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add option for showing the rowid column in the data browser view - #408 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add option for showing the text in the data browser view using a different encoding - #414 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add option for setting an escape character for the filters in the data browser - #421 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add a small delay before applying a new filter value instead of performing an instantaneous search to improve performance on large tables - #415 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Automatically add '%...%' wildcards to a filter query - #415 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add Delete and Alt+Delete keyboard shortcuts for setting the current cell to empty string or NULL in the data browser view - #443 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add new option for moving the Edit cell data dialog into a dock which is locked to the main window and stays opened - #416, #440, #441 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Allow drag-&-dropping text and files on a cell in the data browser - #441 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add keyboard shortcuts for recently opened files - #432 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add new option for setting a SQL script which gets executed whenever any database file is opened - #451 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Allow pasting data (e.g. from a spreadsheet) directly into the data browser view - #453 (thanks to @MilosSubotic)

    Bug fixes

    • Fix missing SQL log when query contains a line break, also trim the log - #337, #356 (thanks to @schdub and @MKleusberg)
    • Also set foreign key settings when creating a new database instead of just setting them when opening a file - 212116ae182c657ec09219f3d3d7d2ce6fb518ec (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix drawing of Unicode characters in the SQL editor where the font settings wouldn't apply as they should have - #365 (thanks to @SevenLines)
    • Allow values greater than 10000 in the user_version pragma of a database - #366 (thanks to @schdub)
    • Fix adding new a record into a table where all fields are set to a default value - #369 (thanks to @schdub)
    • Fix resizing of the code and result view in the Execute SQL area - 6806a9b312f47042d0609754a0101351320c685d (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix error message when changing table - #390 (thanks to @MKleusberg and @GeorgijK)
    • Fix parsing of double backticks and double quotes used to escape a single one in create table statements - 160bc87d3ce598ee4b779ddb697a4d89b5ac3d0e, dce47b3404e25dbc2404cebdc1ff50037777226a (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix handling of tables when their name contains a backtick - #387 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Try to set a better window position when opening the Edit cell data dialog - #342, #394 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix possible infinite loop in the Edit cell data dialog - #444 (thanks to @manisandro)
    • Fix bug when pressing the cancel button in the dialog you see when you're closing a database with unsaved changes - #432 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Don't allow conflicting field names in the Edit Table dialog - #460 (thanks to @MKleusberg)

    Translations

    • Add translation into Traditional Chinese - #425 (thanks to @PeterDaveHello)

    Cross platform fixes

    • Fix building on OS X 10.10 - #384 (thanks to @jehoffmann)

    Notes for the MacOS X binaries

    • The OSX binaries were built on an OSX 10.9.5 system, and should be backwards compatible with OSX 10.7 and above (that's the theory anyway... :wink:)
    • OS X 10.6 is no longer supported - DB4S always crashes on it, and we haven't been able to figure out why. OSX 10.7 and above work well though. If someone wants to investigate this in depth and get OSX 10.6 working again, that would be useful :grin:
    • The normal release on OSX (without SQLCipher support), bundles SQLite 3.9.2
    • The SQLCipher supporting release on OSX bundles SQLCipher 3.3.1 (based on SQLite 3.8.10.2). If you need features from the new SQLite 3.9.x series, you'll have to do without SQLCipher support for now

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  • v3.7.0(Jun 14, 2015)

    Whilst it is not so long since the release of 3.6.0 this new version contains some important enhancements, and fixes issues that are getting filed a lot. Specifically UTF-8 characters in the SQL Editor window and Windows dependency installation issues.

    Please note that with any new translation you will need to manually select it in the preferences if you have used an earlier version, however fresh installs should detect the new translation.

    Enhancements

    • Remove superfluous whitespace from Schema column in DB Structure view - #283 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add option to remember last location for file dialogs - #224, #276, #281 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add option for setting the font used in the SQL code editor - #299 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Preserve filters in Browse Data tab when changing tabs - #305 (thanks to @schdub)
    • Allow setting the line type and the point shape in the plot area - #317 (thanks to @schdub)
    • Add a 'Copy Create statement' popup action to Database Browser tab - #140 (thanks to @MKleusberg)

    Bug fixes

    • Fix UTF-8 characters in SQL code editor - #282 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Make sure to always show text data (instead of 'BLOB') in Browse Data tab no matter the column's data type in the table definition - 517ecec18bf53513fe3fef0ae7d6b1acf880f00e (thanks to @schdub)
    • EditTableDialog: Add '=' in front of default value when it is a function - #166 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix a couple of typos - abc432fcd63a8d593335cc13e2ff9c7263119f55 (thanks to @mafagafogigante)
    • Fix incorrect extra ');' after create table statement in exported SQL - #349 (thanks to @schdub)
    • Regexp cannot handle NULL text - #353 (thanks to @MKleusberg)

    Updated translations

    • Update Russian translation - 07af4b6862c7939103e78b45cdca9800be4d8ee9 (thanks to @schdub)
    • Add a Brazilian Portuguese translation - #328 (thanks to @mafagafogigante)
    • Add an English (United Kingdom) translation - 0f68c85d4cecdc9bacce3cf12cc5300041142834 (thanks to @glawrence)

    For packagers

    • Fix encoding in CSV test cases - 584f5d66bb0c50befec1b01658b0a37e6c2f90b9 (thanks to @pinotree)
    • Restructure tests - 57f2622e34df48d0901243b098f1447b5f260803, 27df9cfa4d7e9607dfdb32230888cd990d3a359f, e8b9de3212579436fe26becc45c6b05d7242fba8 (thanks to @pinotree)
    • Use an external antlr2 library if available - ae08f772a2e404c39ad9d11eaf775403697f55c7 (thanks to @pinotree)
    • Include translations in application resources - #310 (thanks to @schdub)

    Windows release

    • Add support for Windows XP again - 4f3855e7c8e08bbc70164e04005cd837fd445a98 (thanks to @rp-)
    • Install the vcredist package during installation - d99d83f269e4f942e9e3dddba5b417005e4191b7 (thanks to @rp-)

    Special thanks

    • @glawrence - (One of our two new team members) for your awesome Community spirit, and the excellent wiki pages you're creating. :smile:
    • @schdub - (Our newest team member) for the Russian translations, much coding, and (hopefully) the upcoming ER bits. :wink:
    • @Z4us - For helping out with our issues. Especially the more technical sqlite database ones. :grinning:
    • @deepsidhu1313 and @lbartoletti - For packaging and porting DB4S on Ubuntu and FreeBSD. :smile:

    Other notes

    • MacOS X builds
      • The standard SQLite build bundles SQLite 3.8.10.2
      • The build including SQLCipher support bundles SQLCipher 3.2.0 (based on SQLite 3.8.6)

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  • v3.6.0(May 4, 2015)

    NOTE - On windows, if you get an error message about MSVCP120.dll being missing, then you need to install the (free) Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable Packages for Visual Studio 2013, available here. It's pretty easy. :wink:

    Release 3.6.0 is here!

    After a LOOONG wait (over two and a half months!) version 3.6.0 is ready for your use.

    This is a very big update - including our very first 64-bit windows build - with tonnes of usability enhancements, bug fixes, and many improvements. You'll want to upgrade to this. :grinning:

    Major new features are...

    • Our first 64-bit windows release! If you notice any weirdness from it, please let us know. :smile:
    • Now using Scintilla for our code editor which brings many nice improvements like brace matching, code folding, error highlighting, multi-line tab and shift+tab, better code completion, help texts, etc.
    • Better SQL export
    • REGEXP support (see the wiki page for details...)
    • NULL value highlighting - customisable in the preferences screen shot 2015-03-11 at 21 49 42

    Enhancements

    • Highlight NULL values in all table views and make the highlighting configurable - #163 and #220 (thanks to @samir-aguiar)
    • Use Scintilla as code editor - #260 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Allow manually setting the application language in the Preferences Dialog - #182 (thanks to @samir-aguiar)
    • Pressing tab on last field of "Browse Data" now auto-creates a new record, making it faster to add new rows - #209 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Added an AppData file for all the Linux software centres - #178 (thanks to @glawrence)
    • Add an option for the tab size in the SQL code editor - d8cdcbd5726112b84cb310f2cb17d7d7ef3e2c8b (thanks to @rp-)
    • Add option to name the columns in the SQL export files - #242 (thanks to @schdub)
    • Allow schema only export when exporting SQL files - #103 (thanks to @schdub)
    • Allow resizing multiple columns at once in the Browse Data tab - #241 (thanks to @schdub)
    • Mark syntax errors in the Execute SQL tab after their execution failed - 649b1790e54c091b354ea7cdcd33fb7a259137a4 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Data browsing using Database Structure table selection - #246 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add support for non-integer primary keys in Without Rowid tables - #240 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add option to Preferences Dialog to disable automatic version check - #173 and #208 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Improve error messages a little bit - 3c243978e79a6f390fe0907f74668217286a4a30, b2b068f33c79fe8c668b035de17530f3605007ce, and 808c771d4e395a23e2821c6400aeae56830870fc (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add support for CR line ending in the CSV import - #212 (thanks to @samir-aguiar)
    • Add implementation for the REGEXP operator in SQL code - #215 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Allow copying information in About dialog - #222 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Set focus to text edit after clearing in Edit Data dialog - 50c034012f03d3eb76af297cca7d8a6d01bc3708 (thanks to @samir-aguiar)
    • Support MSVC2013 builds - 8cbc13a106a680e7e1ce97e2e49bb85eb80e9d8f (thanks to @rp-)

    Bug fixes

    • Some translations had the Preferences menu in the wrong place on OSX - #200 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix new version check - 2c25b7ecb52944db225516a9b41c9f6c1860e749 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix +Infinite and -Infinite Expression on Export Database to SQL file - #244 (thanks to @schdub)
    • Fix type of imported BLOB data - #239 (thanks to @schdub)
    • Modify Table list selection could be 'fooled' by dragging - #261 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • There were no file format filters in the Open File dialog when opening a database file - #266 (thanks to @samir-aguiar)
    • Escape special characters in headers and values correctly in CSV export - #219 (thanks to @samir-aguiar)
    • Grammar parser didn't read foreign key column constraints - #227 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Fix crash when having a table with a foreign key referencing a column the name of which uses different upper/lower case characters - #228 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Disable actions to save SQL when no file is open - #233 (thanks to @samir-aguiar)
    • Don't add file filters on OS X in Edit Data dialog to work around a Qt bug - #230 (thanks to @samir-aguiar)
    • Fix bug where sort arrows in the Browse Data tab were pointing in the wrong direction - #231 (thanks to @samir-aguiar)

    Translations

    • Updated the French translation - d6f9716cfda00389667fdd9176c32339ef7d49c0 (thanks to @mvt91)

    Other notes

    • New Windows builds
      • New 64-bit build
      • Updated to QT 5.4.1 (shared dll)
      • Bundles SQLite 3.8.9
      • Requires the (free) Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable Packages for Visual Studio 2013 to be installed, available here.
    • MacOS X builds
      • The standard SQLite build bundles SQLite 3.8.9
      • The build including SQLCipher support bundles SQLCipher 3.2.0 (based on SQLite 3.8.6)

    Special thanks

    • @glawrence for writing wiki pages, helping our with issues, and getting his first commit done for the AppData issue! :wink:
    • @richardfontana for helping us with legal pointers!
    • @lbartoletti for updating the FreeBSD port.
    • @deepsidhu1313 for volunteering to package .debs for our releases.
    • @Z4us for answering people's questions and generally being helpful :smile:
    • @cbredesen for taking the time to compile a special 32-bit OSX build for us to help a DB4S Community member out
    • And last but not least, thank you to all of the people who are suggesting ideas, or reporting issues and confirming back if the fixes work or not. It really makes a positive difference!

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  • v3.5.1(Feb 8, 2015)

    This release fixes some important issues which showed up in v3.5.0 (just over a week ago).

    Also, the embedded version of SQLite on MacOS X has been updated to version 3.8.8.2, matching the windows version.

    Bug fixes

    • Default Location field can't be changed in v3.5.0 on OSX - #197 (thanks to @samir-aguiar)
    • Crash when a table name is empty - #194 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • CSV Import bug - final row being missed - #193 (thanks to @rp-)
    • Attach database when main is encrypted - #174 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Failure to delete some SQLite entries (.s3db) - #172 (thanks to @MKleusberg)

    Other notes

    • The MacOS X release has two potential downloads
      • One download uses "standard" SQLite (v3.8.8.2)
      • The other download uses SQLCipher (v3.2.0) to give encryption support for your SQLite databases
      • You only need to download one of them, not both :smile:
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
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  • v3.5.0(Jan 31, 2015)

    DB Browser for SQLite v3.5.0 is now available for download! :grinning:

    One of the major improvements in this release, is support for encrypted databases (for MacOS X and Linux only, not Windows yet). This is done using the SQLCipher encryption library.

    In addition to that, there are a lot of significant bug fixes and general improvements. It's definitely worth updating, if you're in doubt. :smile:

    Enhancements

    • I18N - Simplified Chinese language support - #138 (thanks to @efreeking)
    • Add tooltip for all table items - #139 (thanks to @xiangxw and @MKleusberg)
    • Remember CSV export options - #149 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Distinguish Save and Save As when saving SQL files in the Execute SQL tab - #152 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add support for compiling on OS/2 - #157 (thanks to @TeLLie)
    • Add two buttons to navigate to the head and the tail - #169 (thanks to @yunfzhan)
    • Compatibility with shadow build - #175 (thanks to @samir-aguiar)
    • Support Indices without sorting - #176 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • FreeBSD Port - #180 (thanks to @lbartoletti)

    Enhancements with progress, though more still needs to be done

    • Open Encrypted Database - #12 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Add full support for tables without rowid - #51 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • NULL field values are not highlighted - #163 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Ability to change language - #182 #187 (thanks to @samir-aguiar)

    Bug fixes

    • Foreign Key in Edit Create Table - #109 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • CSV export bug - Fields aren't automatically quoted when separator character is present in the data - #144 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • [feature request]"Execute SQL": clear output if query returns nothing - #151 (thanks to @MKleusberg)
    • Export to SQL INT Datatype Expression - #156 (thanks to @rp-)
    • Crash when opening db without rowid and composite primary key - #159 (thanks to @rp-)
    • Database Structure view: wrong parsing of CHECK constraints - #179 (thanks to @MKleusberg )
    • tests: fix QCoreApplication parameters #185 (thanks to @pinotree)

    Other notes

    • The Windows release uses SQLite v3.8.8.2
    • The MacOS X release has two potential downloads
      • One download uses "standard" SQLite (v3.8.8.1)
      • The other download uses SQLCipher (v3.2.0) to give encryption support for your SQLite databases
      • You only need to download one of them, not both :smile:
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
    sqlitebrowser-3.5.0-win32.exe(9.60 MB)
    sqlitebrowser-3.5.0.dmg(7.83 MB)
    sqlitebrowser-with_sqlcipher_support-3.5.0.dmg(8.72 MB)
  • v3.4.0(Oct 29, 2014)

    Our first release using the new(-ish) name of "DB Browser for SQLite". :smile:

    In this release, our CSV file import and export code has been extensively modified for better RFC compatibility. The CSV code has also been changed to use a streaming approach (thanks Rene!) instead of loading everything into memory first. This allows the import and export of large data sets, which previously crashed the application when it ran out of memory.

    Another important feature in this release is support for custom collation sequences. This lets people use SQLite3 databases copied from their Android phone or tablet. Previously, the database would load, but every operation would error out with "No such collation sequence: LOCALIZED". Should be useful. :wink:

    Naturally this release has several other bug fixes and usability tweaks, plus the bundled version of SQLite has been updated to the latest (v3.8.7).

    Enhancements

    • Install icon to hicolor directory bug enhancement fix #136
    • Updated OSX 10.10 (Yosemite) support status to confirmed #134
    • Updated Linux support status to confirmed #72 #111
    • <tab> key to move to next filter #106
    • Fixed the new compile warnings on OSX #102
    • Access more than one database #100
    • Add extra path to make it compile on FreeBSD #93
    • No such collation sequence: LOCALIZED #54
    • French translation thanks to @mvt91 #92
    • Allow custom types in edit table dialog #108
    • Improve handling of default values in the edit table dialog #64 #126
    • Improve database structure view 7b6bee11e5d5de0d72808939047242b3a2797393 9207e46a5e00206141277b3c50e1f1cf3732d207

    Bug Fixes

    • Exporting Text fields should always use quotation marks #135
    • Insert data problem with NOT NULL #110
    • Table export to CSV crashes for large tables with out-of-memory exception #107
    • Refresh Button clears filters #105
    • Default value not working correctly #97
    • Crash with inserting 10000 rows #95
    • Importing csv-file deletes spaces bug #84
    • Fix query execution when there is an expression in the limit clause #91
    • Don't allow creating indices on views c7c7774031701bfb993b5d50052ae26e4571da06
    • Data browser: only one result filtered. Bottom left we see 0, where there is 1 #122
    • Font size too small in log part of "Execute SQL" tab #131
    • Grammar parser fails to parse two quotes as used for escaping one #128
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
    sqlitebrowser-3.4.0-win32.exe(9.56 MB)
    sqlitebrowser-3.4.0.dmg(7.80 MB)
    SQLiteDatabaseBrowserPortable_3.4.0_English.paf.exe(9.67 MB)
  • v3.3.1(Aug 31, 2014)

  • v3.3.0(Aug 25, 2014)

    Improvements

    • Several, several fixes in our SQL grammar parser allowing you to edit more databases using the UI tools.
    • Make adding new rows less confusing by showing automatically generated data by default values, triggers or the PK right after the new row is added. 6705e8c9f23845a826019347b6bdbd5c030cb913
    • Edit Table dialog: Add option for adding a unique constraint to columns. ff50a94eef96830e94db20041abb17dce266d3c0
    • UI improvements: Show line numbers in the SQL log (5f4066c351031e5e2633a7e9d4da2e11e7bcf137), avoid extreme column widths in the table view showing the results of a SQL statement (a3affde7823487febc2178894cd803a6b2d51971), add a new dock showing the DB schema (beae69296cc3eb7840311514ae9648b1991ba26c)
    • Add a database schema pane (can be torn off), so the schema can be viewed while in the Execute SQL tab. beae69296cc3eb7840311514ae9648b1991ba26c
    • Tag name correction in git repo. https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser/issues/53

    Translations

    • Added a Russian translation. 87bda982c1406494c59f74a6c71a31e546cfc216
    • We have most of a German translation now.

    Bug fixes

    • Fixed a few "crashes when loading database" bugs. https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser/issues/56 https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser/issues/63 https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser/issues/77
    • Fix import of CSV files containing multi-byte Unicode characters. d8bc658df78beac0f95d9292d026c7f8b90adfd8
    • Complete quoting for parameters of some CMake commands. https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser/pull/71
    • Some comments were corrected. https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser/pull/69
    • Compilation warning [-Wformat] fixes. https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser/issues/65
    • Outdated version number in src/app.plist file. https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser/issues/62
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
    sqlitebrowser-3.3.0-win32.exe(10.41 MB)
    sqlitebrowser-3.3.0.dmg(7.78 MB)
    SQLiteDatabaseBrowserPortable_3.3.0_English.paf.exe(10.52 MB)
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